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ERP for the Enterprise of Tomorrow

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ERP for the Enterprise of Tomorrow 2 We exist on the cusp of a new decade. One set to be defined by an ever-accelerating digital age. Today, legacy challenges are a well-established phenomenon – so too, the value of cloud services in addressing them. And according to RightScale's annual State of the Cloud Report for 2019, 91% of businesses are already using public cloud services. In the world of tomorrow, ERP systems and data centres that essentially stretch back decades are unfit for purpose. To stand a chance of competing in the 2020s and beyond – leveraging future technology in whatever form it may develop (from IoT to AI) – it's imperative for such enterprises to move to the Cloud. The cloud imperative The benefits of doing this are pervasive, numerous, and widely reported, but, most of all, they are enabling companies to unlock so much potential in terms of mobility, scalability and future-readiness. To nurture and sustain the company of the future, enterprises need to be prepared for change (whatever form it may take and from wherever it comes – externally or internally) and be agile to flex with the demands of the time. This is what Capgemini calls "the renewable enterprise" - a business that can constantly grow and adapt to new and changing business environments and doesn't fear disruption.

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