Made with Xara Shanshin Middle East Business Solution Other Sites Shanshin Financial Management System Quick Links Shanshin HR & Payroll Management System Shanshin Inventory Management System Connect To Online ERP Downloads Brochure Demo Help About Us Contact Us Contact Information +91 9846763389 Do you need any Support or Help If you're considering an ERP System Or any IT Solution for your business, chances are you're being bombarded with choices. As you consider your options, one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is whether to select Shanshin's ERP solution or one that's installed locally. The basic difference between on-premise ERP or Local IT Solutions and SMEBS is clear: On-premise ERP or Local IT  solutions are installed locally on your company's hardware and servers and then managed by your IT staff while SMEBS is provided as a service. With this type of deployment, a company's ERP software and its associated data managed centrally (in the Internet "cloud")  by us and are accessed by customers using a Web Browser . What may not be so clear is that the type of ERP deployment model you choose can have a significant impact across your business. Here are some key factors that you need to consider when  weighing whether to use on-premise or SMEBS. Ownership Costs: On-premise ERP systems usually require large upfront and ongoing investments to purchase and manage the software and the related hardware, servers, and facilities  necessary to run it. If your company doesn't have a large or experienced IT staff, you may also have to invest more time and money in additional personnel and train them. Even more importantly, on-premise systems require that your IT team spend a significant amount of their time and budgets ensuring your system is up-and-running when you need it, including maintenance of hardware, server rooms, UPS, air condition and more. When its time for your ERP system to be upgraded, IT staff must then redeploy the system across the various users' computers and re-implement  various customizations and integrations that your business installed on your previous software. For SMEBS, initial costs are typically much lower because you simply implement the software to your requirements and then access it through your computer's internet connection.  SMEBS  maintains all of the IT infrastructure for you, ensures the system is always running, that the data is secure, and that product enhancements are rolled out painlessly to your solution without  breaking your previously implemented customizations. Ultimately, this all allows your IT resources to focus on innovating and helping grow the business more effectively, rather than spending a  disproportionate amount of their time on maintaining and managing your on-premise systems. System Upgrades and Enhancements: On-site ERP software can be customized, but those customizations are tied to your current software deployment and are not  easy to re-implement with future versions. As your ERP provider releases new product updates and enhancements, your previously implemented customizations will be wiped out when you upgrade and your IT team will have to start customizing from scratch again. That's the main reason many companies simply avoid upgrading their on-site ERP software and just settle for running their business on out-of-date technology. In fact, two-thirds of mid-size businesses are running outdated versions of  their ERP software In contrast, SMEBS is continually upgraded by us so you can be sure you're always using the latest and most advanced version of your ERP software.  Hence your  previously implemented customizations and integrations automatically carry forward when the solution is updated without additional investment. Improved System Performance and Accessibility: SMEBS delivers better performance than on-premise solutions. SMEBS software architecture is designed from the  ground up for maximum network performance, which can mean better application availability than traditional on-site ERP systems. It's also important to note that  SMEBS provides real-time data that can be accessed via the Internet anywhere at any time. That means that staff at your company can see accurate information on  laptops, smart phones, and tablet devices while they travel or telecommute-all without extra setup fees or ongoing costs. Deployment Speed: Every ERP deployment takes time and requires careful planning, but SMEBS offers clear advantages when you consider speed of deployment. Since SMEBS requires no additional hardware, your business doesn't have to waste time procuring and installing IT infrastructure. With SMEBS, you can easily roll it out  across multiple regions, subsidiaries, and divisions, avoiding the cost associated with those rollouts. If you chose SMEBS, these differences can add up to a significant  time savings. SMEBS deployments usually take 1-2 months compared to the 12 months that it typically takes to implement an on-premise solution.   SMEBS is also easier to scale, giving you the flexibility to add more users as your business grows. On-site ERP solutions don't offer the same freedom-to give more  employees access to an on-site system, it's often necessary to provision additional hardware.   Every business is unique, so taking the time to consider how different ERP deployment options will affect your company is critical .