SaaS - direction of technology development in ERP/MRP systems
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Purpose: The main issue of this paper is present modern SaaS technology (Software as a Service) used in ERP/MRP class systems designated for production companies from different SME lines. Design/methodology/approach: The paper presents assumptions and aims of implementation of SaaS systems on a background of classic computing system licences designated for company management. Findings: A present state of SaaS software development produced for manufacturing and enterprise resource planning as well as expected development directions of this technology in systems prepared for SME sector were introduced in this paper. Research limitations/implications: Further researches should be concentrated on particularizing specificity of requirements of production companies which want to change to outsourcing in systems working with SaaS mode. Practical implications: The paper presents a set of parameters which should be considered during a process of choosing one of ERP/MRP computing rank systems in SaaS technology for manufacturing company service. Originality/value: The paper might be useful for person dealing with modern technologies in ERP/MRP rank systems.
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