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April 06, 2010

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JoAnn Marlow

It is good to see that more traditional software house such as Lawson is dipping its toes in the cloud computing water. To us at UNIT4 it confirms that we have been on the right track for the past two decades with our SaaS and cloud solutions. Lawson, like many others, is simply providing its existing ERP systems as hosted solutions with a subscription payment option.

UNIT4 has recognized for some time that most clients, especially medium and large organizations, want to take a hybrid approach to cloud computing, with a mix of in house ‘on premises’ software and cloud technology. Virtually none of our clients have 100% of their business systems in the cloud – they usually opt for a mixed environment to give them the flexibility and cost profile that best fits the organization’s specific needs.

It was for for this reason that we launched launched last year a dedicated business division called, ‘UNIT4 Hybrid Computing’.

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