A lot of folks still aren't entirely clear about the differences between Sage 100 and Sage 100cloud. In the face of a multitude of misconceptions, we have developed a handy guide that clearly lays out the added value that our hybrid business management solution provides.
Looking at today's ERP landscape, it is easy to think that there are only two options: on-premise and cloud. There is a lot of hype about the cloud that contributes to the idea that on-premise is increasingly irrelevant, and that cloud is modern and superior. We know this isn't always the case. There is no 'best' approach to ERP. There is only the right fit. For many businesses, the best solution is a hybrid approach that provides access to a multitude of cloud-connected services, without also giving up the stability and familiarity of an on-premise solution.
At Sage, we understand that changing business management solutions places a significant burden on companies. Changes in core technology force businesses to disrupt existing processes and re-establish them to fit the new technology. This change management process takes time and involves risk. Sage 100cloud is designed to help businesses to extend the capabilities of their existing Sage 100 solution without disrupting the high impact business processes upon which their success has been built.
With Sage 100cloud, companies can thoughtfully deploy a business management solution that is the right fit today, and that can grow with them as they thrive. With Sage 100cloud, customers can
Check out the guide and call us for more information. Please also feel free to post any questions in the comments below.
REFERENCE GUIDE: Sage 100 vs Sage 100cloud
Most features for 2019.0 are available for both Sage 100 and Sage 100cloud. The only exceptions are autocomplete search for GL and employees.
Are there any changes to this reference guide, pertaining to v2019? What new features are restricted to 100Cloud only?
Great job explaining the benefits of Sage 100cloud. It truly is the best of both worlds and will be the right fit for many of our customers since it "provides access to a multitude of cloud-connected services, without also giving up the stability and familiarity of an on-premise solution."