Finding software can be overwhelming. We've helped many businesses choose the right cloud-based ERP software so they can share information across departments and update data in real time.

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Microsoft Dynamics 365 provides integrated solutions that allow businesses to track leads, automate field service, drive sales and improve operations using mobile, enterprise-ready business apps from the cloud. Microsoft Dynamics... Read more

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E2 Shop System

E2 shop system by Shoptech Corporation is a manufacturing solution that offers scheduling, purchasing, shipping, customer management and accounting. The solution is designed for job shops, contract and multiple make-to-order manufacturers. E2... Read more

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Workday

Workday is a cloud-based enterprise resource management (ERP) suite suitable for global businesses of all sizes in a variety of industry verticals. Workday delivers user and administrative tools across financials, HR, planning, talent,... Read more

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Deltek Vision

Deltek Vision is a cloud-based project-based solution for professional services firms that is available for cloud or on-premise deployment. It combines project accounting, resource management, project management, time/expense management... Read more

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Sage Intacct

Intacct is designed for small to mid-sized businesses and is a popular ERP system with more than 30,000 users across the globe. The system is web-based and can work with any OS because it's accessed through a web browser. Read more

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Odoo

Odoo is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) tool that assists small to large businesses with the management of customer relationships, accounting, sales, communications and website creation. Key features include recruitment,... Read more

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SAP Business ByDesign

SAP Business ByDesign is a software-as-a-service solution designed to address core business needs. Includes applications for customer relationship management, project management, HR, and compliance. Read more

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Deltek Costpoint

Deltek Costpoint is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) and management solution designed to meet the requirements of midsize and large enterprise businesses. The solution primarily assists government contractors, professional service... Read more

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Jonas Premier

Jonas Premier is a cloud-based construction management software, which explicitly caters to the needs of midsize contractors, homebuilders, designers and subcontractors. The web-based solution comprises of various integrated modules... Read more

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ProContractor™ by Viewpoint

ProContractor is a comprehensive estimating accounting, and project management solution designed to help small and midsize contractors manage critical financial operations. Deployed either on-premise or in the cloud, the solution enables... Read more

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ePROMIS

ePROMIS is a hybrid operations management suite that provides businesses management functionalities including ERP, HCM and CRM. ePROMIS’s business solutions encompass the entire spectrum of enterprise functionalities, including... Read more

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ERPAG

ERPAG is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. It is suitable for small and midsize businesses in various industries, including automobile, retail, education, information technology and more. Primary features include... Read more

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Brightpearl

Brightpearl is omnichannel-native and designed specifically for retail. It is built to reliably handle peak trading, and it integrates with the full retail tech ecosystem, providing real-time trading insights. And it’s all automated... Read more

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FOUNDATION Construction Accounting

FOUNDATION construction accounting solution is a job costing, project management and scheduling solution available as traditional installed software and on the cloud. The system offers hundreds of automatic job costing reports and... Read more

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xTuple

xTuple is an open-source enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) solution for businesses of all sizes. It offers accounting, sales management, supplier management, inventory management and distribution... Read more

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ComputerEase

ComputerEase is a construction accounting solution that helps contractors providing different services for a construction project to manage their business operations and routines. ComputerEase offers features such as job costing,... Read more

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MIE Trak PRO

MIE Trak Pro is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) offering that is best suited for manufacturing businesses. It includes modules designed to accommodate most production cycles and optimize the capabilities of repetitive, custom,... Read more

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Oracle JD Edwards

Using the Oracle Technology Foundation, JD Edwards' ERP software is scalable and versatile to meet the needs of a wide variety of vertical markets. Supports multiple languages and currencies. Available as on-premise and web-based. Read more

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Microsoft Dynamics GP

Originally designed as a financial accounting system, Microsoft Dynamics GP was extended to serve as a complete ERP suite. Also includes applications for managing HR, manufacturing planning, supply chain, IT, and more. Read more

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SAP Business One

SAP’s Business One ERP software is a comprehensive solution designed for 1 to 30 users. Deployed on-site, it also offers a remote support function and a Development Kit that allows for customizability. Read more

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Buyers guide

As the prevalence of cloud solutions in areas like customer relationship management (CRM), human resources (HR) and accounting has increased, so too has interest in cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. ERP software has been slower to adapt to the cloud trend due the sophistication and computing requirements typical of an ERP system.

That is starting to change, however, as a small but increasing number of ERP vendors begin to offer their system in the software-as-a-service (SaaS), or cloud, model. Although there are relatively few cloud ERP options on the market today, every major ERP vendor offers some form of Web access to their software. We wrote this buyer’s guide to sort through the myriad of Web-based ERP solutions on the market.

Here’s what we’ll cover:

What Is Cloud ERP Software?
Common Features of Cloud ERP Software
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Benefits and Potential Issues

What Is Cloud ERP Software?

Cloud ERP is the software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployment model for enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, which streamlines separate business functions into a single unified system.

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Generally speaking, ERP software is an umbrella term describing a system that captures and shares information across all departments and business functions. Whereas a traditional ERP system is installed and maintained on location, cloud ERP software is delivered purely through a Web browser via an Internet connection. Note that:

  • In the cloud model, the software vendor houses and manages the software and buyers pay a subscription price for the software—typically on a monthly or annual basis. This removes the need for businesses to host and maintain the software and data on their own servers.
  • This model is not to be confused with “Web-enabled” software, which means that the software is still installed on-site but the data is accessible online.
  • In both cases, system data can be accessed through an Internet connection, enabling employees to remotely access their business data through any device with online capabilities.

Common Features of Cloud ERP Software

Cloud ERP software includes the same features as on-premise ERP solutions, including:

ERP accounting Includes general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll.
Business intelligence Used to analyze and report business data to help companies make better decisions. Funtionality includes analytics, data mining, reporting and more.
Customer relationship management Used to manage interactions with prospects, customers and clients across all departments, including marketing and sales.
Human resources Manages HR activities such as personnel tracking and benefits administration, as well as new strategic initiatives like talent management and learning management.
Inventory management Helps companies track up-to-date information about their product supply, maintain stock levels and avoid inventory depreciation and overspending.
Manufacturing Includes manufacturing resource planning software, manufacturing execution systems (MES), bill of materials (BOM), product life cycle management and more. 
Supply chain management Tracks goods as they move from manufacturing facilities to distribution centers to retail stores. Includes functionality to adjust inventory with demand changes monitor performance of suppliers and warehouse management.

What Type of Web-Based ERP Buyer Are You?

Prior to beginning your software selection process, it’s important to know what type of buyer you are. This will help narrow your options and provide a good launching point for deciding which system is best for you. Generally speaking, there are three types of buyers:

Full-suite buyers. These buyers want a single, integrated system to run their entire business. The goal in relying on a single system is to mitigate integration issues and facilitate a smoother flow of information between departments and business functions. These buyers favor cloud ERP suites, such as SAP Bu