What Does Managing Software in the Cloud Mean?
Managing software in the cloud involves using servers and computing resources over the Internet, rather than relying on local hardware. Instead of purchasing and maintaining expensive servers, your company can access powerful solutions in Oracle Cloud’s cloud with the assistance of Ataway.
Notably, this approach includes the silent update/upgrade, bringing new features and patches without disrupting services, ensuring a continuously improved user experience.
Benefits of Managing Software in the Cloud
WITHOUT COSTLY HARDWARE INVESTMENT
Oracle Cloud removes the burden of purchasing and maintaining servers, reducing infrastructure costs and freeing up resources to invest in your business.
Pay only for what you need. Oracle Cloud bills you based on usage time, which means you don’t spend on unnecessary licenses and can adjust your resources as your business evolves.
OPERATIONAL COST REDUCTION
No more operational costs related to building and operating infrastructure. Oracle and Ataway provide a solution that relieves your company of operational concerns.
MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY
Configure your environment to your exact needs, whenever you need it. Customize and adapt the configuration, structure, and functions of your system according to the changing demands of your business.
Ataway Solutions with Oracle Cloud
#1 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Oracle Cloud ERP includes modules for accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, fixed assets, and expense management, providing you with complete financial control, from the basics to advanced planning.
#2 HR MANAGEMENT
Efficiently manage your personnel with features like payroll management, talent management, recruitment, and training.
#3 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Optimize your supply chain with tools for demand planning, inventory management, and order management. Reduce costs and improve efficiency.
#4 ANALYSIS AND REPORTING
Make informed real-time decisions with Oracle Cloud’s analysis and reporting capabilities.