Businesses will have to rethink the ways of managing and storing information following the entry of a new player in provision of cloud computing services in
With most organisations and businesses using onsite systems that are linked by a common server, Biasharaworks, a Tanzanian based
The new facility is an enterprise database, where all business transactions are entered, recorded, processed, monitored and reported in real time giving a view of the business that encompasses all functions and departments.
Cloud computing enables users of the system to store and retrieve data on the Internet rather than hard-drives. The services popularity is growing thanks to the increased need to reduce data management costs and the urge to have key functions automated and unified in a single database.
Unlike the hardware system used by most organisations, the system also doesn't require infrastructure upgrades or frequent maintenance costs.
Elsante Mnzava, the
"Cloud-based enterprise resource planning is the future of how medium-and-large sized businesses will be managed in the region and
He said this system guarantees users about 50 per cent reduction in IT maintenance and invoice costs, among other benefits.
He noted that so far, they were in talks with Rwandan medium and large businesses and had expressed interest in the system.
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