Today, cloud computing is at the forefront of the shift to the digital business and is enabling manufacturing companies to adapt to these changing business models, both strategically and operationally.
Manufacturing companies with a cloud-first strategy have learned that the cloud’s real value comes with being able to delegate the Service Level Agreement (SLA) of an entire solution, from infrastructure to application, instead of components. It is also widely recognized that integrated suites reduce complexity, increase reliability and cost less—it’s just that now, with the cloud, the suite includes hardware, security, and operations. Most agree that the cloud paradigm has cost
and convenience benefits: availability, speed, agility, and TCO, enabling faster development processes and providing higher reliability and lower risk. Companies that take an ad hoc Grab a seat and enjoy. Read Time: 20 minutes approach miss out on many of cloud’s benefits and experience a variety of pitfalls.
In the current state of the market, not all cloud providers can step up to the challenge of providing an integrated offering, and that forces companies to manage more than they want to.
NetSuite Value Proposition As a leading cloud ERP company, NetSuite has championed the cause to deliver not only a true cloud platform but also strives continuously to develop a truly integrated suite for our growing global customer base of more than 18,000.
Further, the SuiteSuccess customer engagement model is helping thousands of new customers deploy the platform faster and leverage leading business process practices to both create and realize value within their organization much sooner than traditional approaches.