April 2013 Arxis Cloud Computing News

April 2013 Arxis Cloud Computing News

  • Cloud computing trends 4/30/2013
    Consumer-based cloud applications have made most people familiar with the benefits of the environment and helped non-technical employees become confident in their ability to use Software-as-a-Service utilities. This familiarity often translates into the decision to adopt cloud solutions for business whenever a new challenge arises - in many cases without consulting IT advisors.
  • Cloud computing trends 4/30/2013
    As with any big idea, the discussion surrounding cloud solutions for business is often subject to sudden trends and confusing rhetoric from self-proclaimed experts. With all the "knowledge" floating around, it can be easy to lose track of what cloud tools actually do and how the cloud actually works.
  • SAP Business ByDesign news 4/23/2013
    Anyone who's ever found himself or herself embroiled in a complicated network of interconnected spreadsheets knows that business data can get confusing in a hurry. Compared to the simplicity of everyday consumer applications, many budgeting and forecasting software offerings can seem unnecessarily obtuse. That's why usability topped the list of considerations for CIOs choosing business intelligence technology.
  • Intacct news 4/22/2013
    Handling accounting tasks with accuracy and without duplication across a geographically distributed company can be a challenge. With today's cloud accounting tools, however, there's no need to send an abacus back and forth on the pony express - or even to take the similarly outdated approach of emailing spreadsheets.
  • Cloud computing trends 4/19/2013
    Financial advisors may need to embrace cloud accounting tools to stay competitive among younger small business owners. In a recent survey of small business owners by Australian information services firm CCH, two-thirds said they would consider transferring some of the services provided by their accountant to cloud financial software.
  • Cloud computing trends 4/18/2013
    Advocates abound for cloud ERP software over on-premise solutions, noting that the elimination of server hardware and associated maintenance responsibilities makes the cloud substantially cheaper. On the other side, on-premise enthusiasts suggest that the subscription model of all cloud solutions for business means that the long-term cost is actually higher. So how can businesses determine whether to go with a cloud ERP software provider or stick to an on-premise system?
  • SugarCRM news 4/17/2013
    Today's businesses need solutions that allow them to seamlessly integrate inputs from different distributed locations, as well as tools that let them access their systems from anywhere on any device. In particular, delivering a satisfying, in-depth customer experience may require collaboration between teams in multiple locations, which means that businesses need the functionality of cloud CRM software such as SugarCRM.
  • Cloud computing trends 4/16/2013
    According to Gartner, the number of mobile CRM apps available will increase 500 percent by 2014. Cloud CRM solutions are expected to enjoy a parallel rise in popularity as well as they fuel mobility habits with anytime, anywhere access capabilities. can be expected to improve their mobile offerings and grow as a result.
  • Adaptive Insights news 4/15/2013
    Leading cloud financial and business intelligence software provider Adaptive Planning recently announced the release of a new product aimed at helping companies manage the increasingly complex oversight challenges of close-and-disclose financial consolidations and analysis.
  • Cloud computing trends 4/12/2013
    The spreadsheet is one of the most familiar and trusted business computing tools, but those endless rows and columns of data can present challenges to organizations trying to maintain a clear understanding of everything going on across different departments. Today's cloud accounting and business analytics software tools make it easier to synchronize and integrate data from different sources while maintaining the user friendliness of traditional spreadsheet tools.
  • Intacct news 4/11/2013
    In the face of tight budgets and the mandate for more efficient care, having real-time financial visibility into hospital operations is essential, particularly for healthcare groups managing more than one facility. That's why Cirrus Health, which owns and manages four active hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers across the United States, recently implemented cloud accounting software from Intacct.
  • SugarCRM news 4/10/2013
    SugarCRM, the leading open source customer relationship management (CRM) platform, is getting faster, smarter and easier to use - and it comes with a new set of mobile tools.
  • SugarCRM news 4/9/2013
    Companies are increasingly looking to host their data in clouds away from the prying eyes and errant keystrokes of the public, and leading customer relationship management (CRM) solution SugarCRM has responded by introducing a private cloud instance of its software. Announced during the company's SugarCon 2013 expo in New York, the architecture will provide a dedicated database for each customer's records and guarantee "absolute data segregation."
  • Intacct news 4/8/2013
    From Siskel and Ebert to Eric B. and Rakim, successful partnerships have always led to a sum greater than its parts. So it's no surprise that the collaborations between cloud software vendors and expert integrators reduce the complexity of implementation and lead to greater customer success. CRN's recently released 2013 Partner Program Guide highlighted software solutions with strong integration partnerships, awarding cloud accounting program Intacct a 5-Star Partner rating.
  • Intacct news 4/5/2013
    Cloud accounting and financial management software provider Intacct has been named as a finalist for a Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Award in the Best Financial Management Solution category.
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