Cloud ERP For Asset Intensive Industries

Strategic Decisions to Leverage the Cloud

Cloud ERP For Asset Intensive Industries

Driving Strategic Decisions to Leverage the Cloud

Our Purpose

Asset Intensive Industries seek clarity about moving ERP functions to the Cloud, recent survey finds.

Illumiti, in collaboration with Sungard AS, and Cisco released their joint survey based research paper cloud ERP for Asset Intensive Industries – Driving Strategic Decisions to Leverage the Cloud. According to the survey conducted in late spring this year, over 140 North American business leaders from the Mining, Industrial Manufacturing and Energy sectors indicated that they were not fully informed about the benefits and risks of ERP and cloud adoption.

Key Benefits

Hard hats
  • Learn business leaders perceptions of Cloud ERP
  • Understand what Cloud ERP is and the different options
  • Opportunities and challenges associated with cloud-based ERP
  • The perceived benefits of ERP in Cloud
  • Factors to consider when determining your company’s path forward

Key Findings

84%

of respondents indicated the ability to quickly access corporate information anywhere from a cloud-based ERP system can help ensure a business is sustainable even in the event of an emergency situation.

60%

of companies are concerned about their dependence on an external vendor when it comes to the infrastructure and architecture underpinning a cloud-based solution.

30%

of companies already have a strategy focused on moving business functions and applications to a cloud based service.

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There are many options available today for executives to realize the value of moving Enterprise Resource Planning functions to the cloud. Business leaders need to understand the benefits, costs and risks associated with cloud adoption to determine what solution will work for their ERP strategy andbest support their business priorities.

Dror Orbach, Chief Operating Officer, Illumiti

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