The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to rethink their strategies and reorient their operations to adapt to the changing environment. Some of these strategies that emerged during the pandemic have proven to be critical to business continuity. Companies have understood that they have to adapt to change and have moved towards a hybrid work model. They also understood that they depend on technology so that their employees stay connected and access the tools and data they need to maintain business as usual.
The emergence of a crisis is certainly the biggest test of performance given to businesses. Closure of workspaces, social distancing, as well as all measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus result in an unprecedented increase in demand for solutions that facilitate team collaboration, but also cloud ERP and CRM solutions.
The flexibility and ability of a business to adapt its activity to changes at national and global level is very important. In order for managers to be able to make the best decisions in the shortest possible time, they need management solutions capable of satisfying the need for speed, agility and scalability of businesses.
According to a survey led by Oracle, to which more than 400 IT leaders responded, more than 76% said they planned to switch from ERP to ERP in the cloud if they have not already begun.
Why such a move? We quickly figure it from the answers of those who participated in the survey.