At times, the digital landscape is so alive with the sound of vendors pushing the latest software that business owners simply return to their old way of doing things. The result might be the choice to over customize their legacy programs, resulting in an array of non-integrated platforms. Worse, those programs may reside solely on-premise.
Today’s competitive marketplace demands a more streamlined approach to conducting business, a strategy that incorporates SaaS platforms; this, to speed implementation of the latest ERP/CRM software, such as Microsoft Dynamics SL—and reduce staffing and IT costs.
By deploying one of the Microsoft Dynamics platforms, owners have better control of every aspect of their business, from product planning, manufacturing, sales/marketing to human resources. Better still, with Dynamics software decision-makers can access and manage their departments from the factory floor, on the road, or in the client’s office.
As an article in Entrepreneur magazine points out, SaaS platforms deliver powerful business processes, thereby freeing IT staff to concentrate on innovative ways to help make the company more profitable.
SaaS is demand-based with Dynamics software
Cash flows are always top-of-the-mind for business owners. That’s why it makes dollars-and-sense to invest in programs when their productivity is needed, and not build out servers, or purchase more hardware, simply to handle software that goes unused.
It’s all about the right ‘workflow’ strategies
More and more businesses are using a “hybrid” approach to migrating to the cloud. For example, critical applications may remain on-premise while non-proprietary, or sensitive data resides with their cloud hosting service, like Microsoft Azure.
Learn more about the many SaaS options available with the Dynamics product line. Contact us for a free demo.
Written by J.H. (Consulting Team)