Understanding Cloud Migration

A shift to the cloud could make all the difference

Why you need cloud solutions

Almost every industry is being affected by rising prices, changing customer expectations and tough global competition. This means any inefficiencies are exacerbated, and there’s no room for errors or delays.

In a complex environment, solutions that may have worked in the past are no longer good enough. Businesses still using non-integrated, disconnected on-premise systems may be losing in terms of wasted time, mistakes, delays and loss of potential growth.

It’s time to take a look at the cloud.

Cloud migration in practice

Cloud migration might seem like a major task, but the myriad benefits make it worth the effort.
Here’s what the cloud could mean for your business:

Connect, integrate, save

All your key operations – from payroll and accounts to staffing and inventory management – are accessible in a single virtual space. Because everyone uses the same dataset, there’s no need for time-consuming manual transfers or double-checking.

Data-driven decisions

Real-time data and reporting systems make it easy to see patterns and trends and change business decisions to suit.

Supercharge efficiency

Minimise time and maximise results. Rather than manual tasks, human error and unnecessary bottlenecks, daily processes can be linked and streamlined for long-term time savings.

Flexible options and remote work

Cloud access makes remote work simple – staff can log in and use all your business tools from home, the office, a site visit or a client location. This means less rework, fewer errors and improved flexibility for your staff.

Cut costs

The cloud can be seen as a costly option – but in many cases, the opposite is true. With no need for servers, IT teams and maintenance, cloud solutions can help you reduce ongoing costs and simplify operations.

To stay competitive, businesses need to use all the tools at their disposal. These days, that means a cloud platform that offers built-in work tools, real-time reporting and automation.

MYOB Advanced Business is a great example. The market leading cloud platform offers end-to-end services designed to make life easier for business owners in Australia and New Zealand. You’ll have sophisticated reporting and forecasting, easy automation for manual tasks and secure remote access to all your data.

Even better, the migration process minimises disruption to your business and your customers.

One tool, a wide range of benefits now and in the future. What’s the downside?