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Impact of Merging Cloud with Customary ERP in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Pakistan

  title={Impact of Merging Cloud with Customary ERP in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Pakistan},
  author={Zain ul Hassan and Ahsan Raza Sattar and Raheela Nasim},
  journal={Journal of Information Engineering and Applications},
Information management system changes as system enhances. Current ERP in firms is known as a customary ERP system. In recent an innovative technology, cloud emerges with enterprise resource planning and these systems shift to the cloud. These systems are labelled as Cloud enterprise resource planning systems. Cloud ERP an effective solution of a number of problems, come across by customary ERP in terms of cost, accessibility and reliability. Cloud ERP is cost effectual in term of hardware and… 

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