Enprise Solutions has launched a new service designed to help businesses in New Zealand chart the “smartest path” to the cloud.
As cloud adoption across the country rises, Enprise Cloud Path weighs the costs and benefits of an individual business moving to the cloud, creating an optimal cloud roadmap to take them there.
“Every piece of software Enprise sells can be delivered in the cloud, but businesses need help deciding when and how to move,” says Elliot Cooper, CEO, Enprise Group.
“You need to be smart to reap maximum gain for minimum spend. Moving to the cloud has fantastic benefits as well as risks.”
As well as providing MYOB EXO and MYOB Advanced in the cloud, Cooper says Enprise cloud-hosts a broad range of companion products to extend the power of the MYOB EXO and MYOB Advanced platforms.
“These include Microsoft CRM, Halo business Intelligence, Valogix inventory forecasting, MORE Manufacturing, SCORE-POS, various e-commerce applications, job costing, EDI solutions and more,” he explains.
“Enprise takes responsibility for making sure ‘everything works’ in the Enprise-managed cloud. If there’s a problem, we fix it.”
Cooper says epecialist ERP provider Co-SYS is currently using Enprise Cloud Path to execute cloud transitions for its customers.
Co-SYS, which implements, services and supports the Exchequer Enterprise ERP system, has signed a partnership agreement with Enprise following a successful pilot project with the agreement extending the Enprise Cloud Path service to Co-SYS customers.
“Our customers can keep using their server-based products for as long as it suits them, then move to the cloud when they’re ready, with no loss of service or support,” adds Geoff Roberts, Director, Co-SYS.
Cooper says customers can follow a cloud path with Enprise while retaining all customisations carried out by another ERP provider.
“We can easily modify bespoke applications to interface with cloud options,” he adds.
“This makes it fast and cost-effective for customers to retain their existing customisations while moving to the cloud.”