The popularity of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) cloud software is rising among business owners as they contemplate its many advantages. A software platform consisting of multiple functions in a single application, ERP helps streamline a company’s operations, improving efficiency and, ultimately, its bottom line.
ERP applications are available both on-premise and in the cloud — the nexus of networks and servers that operate on the Internet. Listed below are some ERP cloud software applications that sources like PC Magazine recommend.
This product has several applications. One is ePromis Lite, which is a scaled-back system for small and mid-sized companies across all industries. Another is ePromis Innovate, geared to mid-sized companies with nine management components, from financial and sales to inventory and production.
This product is deployed via desktop and the cloud, and is good for companies of all sizes and for almost all industries, but is ideal for small and mid-sized manufacturers, retailers and distributors. It furthermore has modules for all business areas, such as marketing, accounting and finance, supply chain management, payroll and recruiting.
This software application was also designed for mainly small and mid-sized businesses, and handles the manufacturing, retail, distribution and services industries. It delivers quick global access, a faster time to value metric, and better alignment of IT investment.
This is another product made for businesses of all sizes and serves a variety of industries like manufacturing, retail, financial services, and healthcare. Its real-time analytics is its user interface. NetSuite is so popular globally that 20 percent of Fortune 500 companies use it.
PC Magazine rated this product excellent. It’s very flexible, and its deployment can be changed from Software as a Service (SaaS), to the cloud to on-premises depending on your needs. It also serves small and mid-sized businesses across a range of industries, such as agriculture, healthcare, education and food and beverage.