Employees are increasingly leading the way in adopting cloud solutions for business and are bringing their companies along, helping them see the light and encouraging them to expand their usage of the cloud.
Software-as-a-service is one of the segments of the cloud computing industry that is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years as more companies start using cloud accounting software and other cloud-based solutions.
This latest batch of changes are expected to push the platform closer to Intacct's overarching vision for a single source system that natively supports the management of both accounting and operational data.
Before they find themselves trying to fit square pegs in round holes after a project turns sour, companies need to exercise greater caution from the start to ensure that cloud ERP software can - and will continue to - facilitate ever-evolving business processes
Manufacturing firms - and small-to-midsize businesses in general - have been the earliest advocates for cloud ERP software, but industry observers suspect these agile platforms are set to expand their reach into entirely new arenas in the coming quarters.