The advantages of cloud-hosted Exo are causing an increasing number of Enprise customers to question whether they still want to run their Exo software in-house.
The lure of the cloud is strong. Making the shift from on-premises Exo software to a cloud-hosted model now takes less than a day. Once the shift is made, a business is free of hardware costs and backup worries. IT services are unnecessary because there is no hardware to maintain. Budgets can be fixed down to the last dollar, and Exo becomes accessible from almost any device.
A joint venture between Enprise and hosting company MHA is specialising in hosting Exo in the cloud. Called 2cloud, the new business provides Exo Finance & Exo Payroll in a hosted environment. You can see 2cloud’s offerings here http://www.2cloud.biz/
Customers looking at updating their servers could benefit from considering a 2cloud managed service, says Enprise Group CEO Mark Loveys.
“We’re seeing a growing number of Enprise customers choosing to move away from hosting Exo on their own hardware,” he says.
“We wanted to ensure a user-friendly and rock-solid cloud experience for Enprise customers. It made sense to create a company that specialises in hosting Exo and Exp-related software in the cloud.”
The cloud service is charged as a small monthly fee per named user. The Valogix Inventory Planning Module is also available as a hosted module, and 2cloud is hard at work adding further Exo companion software to its cloud-based menu.
Businesses not yet ready to make the shift to cloud can dip their toe in the water by using a cloud-based backup service for NZ$99 a month. 2cloud will restore your Exo data and switch your business to a cloud-hosted Exo solution within minutes in the event of a hardware failure on your premises.
To discuss backup solutions, or any aspect of moving to the cloud, contact us.