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The Quest for a Cloud Integration Strategy

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Implement a cloud-based integrated system for ERP and CRM

Increasingly, line-of-business (LOB) executives are relying on cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) because they offer innovative functionality, scalability, and faster deployment over on-premise applications.  

However, companies have to balance a history of legacy and custom apps already on-premise, the rise of social media apps, and the explosive growth of mobile device usage.

This white paper explains how you can get the real-time access to synchronized customer data you need. Discover a cloud-based business management software suite that enables companies to manage core business operations in a single, integrated system, including ERP and CRM. 

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