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Elian Solutions signs partnership with SoftOne for ERP solution cloud implementation

Elian Solutions estimates that the ERP systems sales in cloud will account for 25 per cent of the company turnover, due to the low total cost of ownership, flexibility from IT constraints and the high degree of mobility.

2015-07-17 11:56:30

Elian Solutions, a company delivering over 7 years of experience in implementing ERP solutions, announces a strategic partnership with SoftOne, one of the most dynamic providers of ERP and cloud solutions and services in South East Europe. The partnership aims to expand and diversify the company portfolio with Soft1 ERP solution, an internationally recognized award-winning, fully optimized for operation in the cloud. By transferring knowledge between the two companies, SoftOne will provide the solution and the necessary technical support, while Elian Solutions will implement and customize the ERP Soft1 according to customer needs.

Soft1 homogeneous solution is only available on Microsoft Windows Azure Cloud operating in identical parameters of an on-premise installation. Soft1 includes all the modules needed to manage a business, from financial and commercial management, CRM, and supply chain management sales, up to the service, project management and business intelligence. With a high degree of configuration and customization, Soft1 ERP installation is available for both on-premise / on the server and in the Cloud. The solution provides a complete module for CRM Customer Relationship Management) integrated technologies are and through business intelligence system QlikView leader in the generation of reports, Crystal Reports.

"In the current economic context, companies have to focus a high cost optimization and operational control, requiring fast and flexible access to leading technologies, which provide them a competitive advantage over competitors. Through the strategic partnership with SoftOne, we can offer customers access to a solution that can be configured and structured 100%, according to their financial and operational needs, "says Iulian Motoi, Managing Partner Elian Solutions.

Elian expects to make the first implementations of Soft1 in autumn, immediately after the transfer of knowledge and adapt to the new solution portfolio. Within about two years, Elian estimated sales accounting for 25 per cent of turnover from the cloud ERP segment. Growth is generated by the need for companies to have access to solutions with a low total cost of ownership, providing easy access and integration with other systems and solutions, as well as a high degree of mobility.

"We signed the partnership with Elian Solutions because of the experience of over seven years in selling and implementing the ERP solutions, at high level of understanding of the customer needs and the belief that you travel with a partner whose team is dedicated to personalization of each solution in the portfolio. Together we make available to customers, no matter where they work, much more than a system of enterprise resource planning, through an integrated business solution fully optimized for operation in the cloud. The solution is a "must have" for SMEs, through the latest technologies offered by embedded mobility solutions that become a necessity in business, as well as through the investment flexibility, " says Liviu Buligan, Executive Manager, SoftOne Romania.

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