Thousands of organizations around the world have already made the switch from traditional on-premise systems—like Microsoft Dynamics GP, Sage and SAP—to NWZ's modern cloud-based business management solution.
From small–medium enterprises (SMEs) to large enterprises, organizations of every size running on NWZ ERP OnCloud software gain significant competitive advantage by lowering their total cost of ownership, improving productivity and integrating their business–critical processes (Sales, Finance, Operations, Inventory, Human Resource). And they now have secure, mobile access to their business applications from anywhere, anytime.
Here, we will show you more about cloud computing and how it can transform your business processes.
The concept behind cloud computing is simple: it lets you run computer applications over the Internet, without having to buy, install or manage your own servers. You can run your company's IT operations with nothing more than a browser and an Internet connection. Applications, operating systems, servers, internet and network switches all reside out of sight and within the cloud. All these are managed by your cloud computing vendor.
Upgrades, maintenance and system administration take place in the cloud and are managed by the vendor, so you don't have to spend nights or weekends supervising a new version upgrade or a failed server. Studies have found that cloud-based business software cost 50% less than on-premise software over a four-year period for a 100-employee company
Cloud computing is "always on," making it easy to grow your business and support remote workers and locations, or support a highly mobile sales or service team, because people can access the cloud any time, day or night, from any browser, desktop ormobile device around the globe, 24x7
Cloud software architectures are designed from the ground up for maximum network performance, so they frequently deliver better application-level availability than conventional, on-premise solutions. For example, NWZ ERP OnCloud commits to 99.95% availability for its customers, and provides data security such as PCI DSS compliance that would be cost prohibitive to achieve with on-premise software
For many companies, the level of security and availability, disaster recovery and back-up provided by a software-as-a-service provider far exceeds that which they can provide themselves. NWZ ERP OnCloud, provides data security such as PCI DSS compliance that would be cost prohibitive to achieve with on-premise software
You can be up and running with ERP applications, on a local or global scale, within a few weeks, rather than the six to 12 months it would take to install and troubleshoot conventional servers and software
The cloud adjusts to your performance needs, dynamically assigning server cycles whenever and wherever you need them, and automatically adjusting to spikes in your business.
Simple and straight-forward pricing model. You pay as you go. Unlike conventional systems, where you have to make a major up-front investment in licenses, hardware and software. You get to benefit from better cash flow and far greater IT flexibility as a result of going on the Cloud
By eliminating the need for on-premise hardware, cloud computing reduces overall server room electric consumption as well, which can save a mid-size businesses around $15,000 or more per year, according to a sustainability impact studies.
The best thing is that cloud computing lets you focus on your business rather than on your software. You don't have to use valuable IT resources to keep business systems on life support. Instead, you can re-deploy them to focus on more strategic business initiatives while leaving your cloud computing vendor to worry about scalability, security, uptime, application maintenance and system upgrades.
On top of that, you can be confident in taking your business public, or into new regions of the world, without outgrowing your cloud computing resources.All thanks to the world-class datacentres provided by cloud computing vendors.