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ERP and the Cloud: What You Need to Know


March 21, 2012

What is all this hype about cloud-based ERP implementations? Read this whitepaper and discover why some companies are adopting cloud-based ERP implementations and the types of benefits these solutions provide, such as lower cost, ease of deployment and management, easier upgrades, anytime anywhere access and high reliability.

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