It takes a reminder of our past to update our future

The past matters—it's a crucial part of who you are today—but so does the future; it's full of new experiences, new opportunities, and new ways of thinking that will help you grow your business in ways you never could before.


Cloud systems can scale up or down depending on your business needs, so even if your company is growing rapidly, you won't have to worry about having too much or too little capacity for your software needs.


Cloud ERP systems are hosted on servers located off-site—meaning there's no risk of losing data due to natural disasters like floods or fires. They also have built-in security features such as data encryption that make it difficult for hackers or other unauthorized users from accessing sensitive information stored within those systems.


Cloud technology has opened the door to fewer complicated and expensive upgrades. You to access the same set of tools from any location at any time, which means you don't need to keep an office full of equipment just to get work done. This means you can keep overhead low and watch costs drop.

In today's fast-paced world, where economic disruption is the norm, ERP technology has stepped up to the challenge. Why haven't you?

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Remember when ERP was an Excel spreadsheet?

I know, right? It was so long ago, when the only way to digitize your business processes was by manually inputting the data into an Excel spreadsheet or mainframe system and hoping that it didn't get corrupted or your computer crashed.

As technology has advanced and become more sophisticated, ERP has followed suit. The rise of cloud computing has helped modernize ERP systems by allowing companies to manage their data remotely, rather than having it on-site. This shift makes it easier to integrate new software into existing systems and improves overall efficiency in many ways.


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Legacy ERP systems have been around for decades. They were designed to manage the business processes of yesterday, when the world was analog, and organizations' needs were more straightforward. But now? Times have changed. 

The digital world has disrupted almost every industry, and businesses are looking for new ways to improve efficiency, customer service, and profitability.

Business process software, such as ERP, has been around since the '60's and its adapted to the world around us...

Anything look familiar?

Microsoft Dynamics On-premises software were amazing tools, but they have their limitations. As you look to the future of your business and see the potential for growth, you can't help but feel like there's something missing from your current system. 

You want something that's flexible, secure, and customizable so that you can scale with your company as it grows. You want a solution that will work seamlessly with other systems in your organization, including Office 365, so that no one has to worry about siloing data or working on isolated systems.

Velosio has options...

Microsoft Dynamics 365

Business Central

Oracle NetSuite 


Lift & Shift with Azure

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365 BC) is a single, cloud-based business management software solution that provides the security, mobility, and flexibility your business needs to thrive in a digital world.

Go live with Microsoft Dynamics 365 quickly and confidently with Velosio Express. A flat fee, rapid deployment package designed to deliver a low-risk, low-cost, deployment of Dynamics 365 for emerging mid-market companies. Find out if you qualify here.

NetSuite is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) program from Oracle with a wide variety of tools built for growth and operational efficiency. 

You can use NetSuite for accounting, customer relationship management (CRM), marketing, sales, inventory and warehouse management, e-commerce, business intelligence and more applications. The NetSuite program offers robust features for just about every function of your business operations.

There is another option that lets you move existing on-premises solutions to the cloud, called a lift and shift. 

A lift and shift gives you the benefits of cloud computing while maintaining the same software and interface, so there is no learning curve or change in operations. If your organization has been experiencing the limitations that come with an on-premises solution but are not quite ready to move to a new system, a lift and shift can work for you.