When is the best time to move ERP to the cloud?

Sept. 26, 2017 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET
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The time has come, it is said, for small to midsize enterprises (SMEs) to move their ERP systems to the cloud. But why they should do so now, and what it will mean for users, are two very good questions. Companies make the move to save money, to streamline upgrades and guarantee future flexibility. This webcast will look at the benefits, challenges and trade-offs for SMEs that want infrastructure and enterprise applications to support the business without straining non-essential resources.

Learning Objectives:
  • What cloud modalities mean for enterprise systems
  • Who mobility impacts business operations
  • How to profit from the enterprise’s growing insight into operations.


John Preiditsch, President, Six S Partners Inc. has over 30 years of ERP sales, implementation and consulting experience. He has held leading roles in north American ERP organizations (both software authors and partner channel) prior to Founding Six S Partners Inc. 10 years ago. Six S Partners has grown into Global partner of the year for Epicor for the last two years and partner of the Americas for four years prior to that.

Jonathan Gross, LL.B., M.B.A., Managing Director, Pemeco Consulting leads the firms Digital Transformation Assessment and Vendor Selection practice areas. Jonathan leads projects for Fortune-500, Fortune-1000, mid-sized and high-growth clients. He has published dozens of articles and has been cited by Credit-Suisse, IBM, Ernst & Young, and Cap Gemini, among many others. Jonathan has also taught an upper-level Systems Analysis and Design course at Canada’s #1-ranked MBA school.

Moderator: Kevin Parker, Senior Contributing Editor, CFE Media

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