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Gearing Up for 2014: Microsoft’s Cloud Tech Update for Autumn 2013

October 10, 2013
By guest blogger - Adam Kinsey

Cloud technology has been around for a while now, but recent news and developments are predicting that 2014 will be a momentous year for the cloud, particularly for cloud ERP. The biggest upcoming events will come from Microsoft. There have already been some upsets, perhaps the largest of which was the June announcement of...
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What’s the Cloud’s Role in Tier-2 ERP?

July 25, 2013
By guest blogger - Pat Garrehy
What’s the Cloud’s Role in Tier-2 ERP?

Since the late nineties, SAP and Oracle have dominated On-Premise ERP in the large, Tier-1 manufacturing enterprises – but primarily as the ERP system at the corporate level. They have not been that successful in being implemented in the next tier, the Tier-2 small and medium sized plants. Therefore, most of what is written...
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Who will deliver Cloud ERP?

January 22, 2010
By manchester

Thomas Wailgum of CIO magazine ponders the Oracle/SAP rivalry and wonders whether or not either has what it takes to successfully deliver Cloud ERP. In other words: Have SAP and Oracle become too big to compete in this new decade of constant change, next-generation app pipelines, pricing upheavals and innovation-first business strategies? Read the...
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