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Business Analytics and Intelligence

Business Intelligence and Analysis

The business environment today is more dynamic than ever, with mergers and acquisitions, consolidation and regulatory changes. To succeed, an enterprise like yours needs to develop an ability to sense these changes, and thus respond to them quickly and smartly.

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Cloud Services

Cloud server for data and compuation

Cloud  solutions reduces the overhead cost of server hardware and other applications, and it is suitable for companies that are looking forward to cut their costs. Cloud hosting servers can also be defined as fully redundant and multi-server systems which are easily scalable and can be virtualized on demand.

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Saas Software as a service

On Demand Software as a service

SaaS is a new model of how software is delivered. SaaS refers to software that is accessed via a web browser and is paid on a subscription basis (monthly or yearly). Different from the traditional model where a customer buys a license to software and assumes ownership for its maintenance and installation, SaaS presents significant advantages to the customer.

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OnDemand ERP

Enterprise resource planning

OnDemand ERP is Business Management Software that is hosted off-site. This allows you to implement a powerful ERP system without the huge price tag. A low monthly subscription is paid instead of a large upfront cost.

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OnDemand Crm

Customer Relationship Management

OnDemand Crm is customer management Software that is hosted off-site. This allows you to implement a powerful Crm/Css system without the huge price tag. A low monthly subscription is paid instead of a large upfront cost.

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Web Services and Applications

Integrating Data over web based applications

A web service is a method of communication between two electronic devices over the World Wide Web. A web service is a software function provided at a network address over the web or the cloud, it is a service that is "always on" as in the concept of utility computing.

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