Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 07, 2014
CloudLogix, foremost provider of the revolutionary patent-pending cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP™) is asking the compelling question “Is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Dead?” Is it an incorrect or faulty choice? Does the ERP suite offer the agility and responsiveness that CIOs need in today’s complex business models?
Good ERP software is built to enhance and enable business processes of the companies employing it. As such, ERP software should be an effective and efficient model of the business processes and practices of the real world. Unfortunately, traditional ERP systems have been heavily customized in attempt to meet today’s ever changing business model, and many are still not able to adapt, nor do they meet the existing needs of the company. If the software model does not reflect the current business model, it becomes monolithic and one dimensional.
Today's business model is complex, distributed, dynamic, and outsourced, and a monolithic software packages of the last century can’t be effective in this type of modern business world. How can IT organizations manage and improve large software packages that have not fundamentally changed in over 20 years? What is the value proposition of the Big Box ERP?
The White Paper written by CloudLogix CEO and Chief Engineer, Rob Langhorne dives into the monolithic world of ERP systems and provides insight into Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP™). To receive a complimentary copy of the white paper please go to https://132A04.campgn4.com/IS-ERP-DEAD
Since its beginnings CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-Service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.
The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset's ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is growing. Visit http://www.cloudlogix.com to learn more.