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April 11, 2011

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Andy

Thank`s for this good news. Actually I believe the cloud will save us Millions and Millions of $, as the costs really are low-level.

eduardo

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Richard Minney

Good to see more ERP vendors going to the cloud...are these on-premise applications being stood-up in a remote data center or designed from the outset as multi-tenant cloud based applications? I think there is a difference and that really on-mark enterprise cloud applications need to be:
- Multi-tenant, meaning many clients share one database not just one set of code, to reduce support cost
- Flexible, meaning these clients can each configure, tailor and extend their screens, databases and software to suit their own needs
- Social, meaning that collaboration between tenants is encouraged just as between employees within an organization

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John Mayner - ERP consultant

I think this is the future of ERP and CRM solutions. We as a small company also offer cloud solutions and these sales has sramatically increased las years...

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