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Value of On-Premise and Hybrid Cloud Solutions

By Tim Scott, Vice President, Cloud, CSS International, Inc. “The various stats and forecasts for cloud speak to our increasingly hybrid world: There’s no one-size-fits-all story in these numbers. Rather, IT leaders have an increasing number of appealing options for their environments across private cloud, public cloud, and traditional data center infrastructure.” This quote comes […]

6 Benefits CSS Clients Experience with Hybrid Cloud Solutions

As IT needs become increasingly complex for enterprises, rarely does one solution fit all. If you’ve found this to be the case, then it’s likely that a hybrid Cloud solution is something to consider. Here are reasons why a mixture of private Cloud and third-party Cloud, with off-Cloud infrastructure used as needed, can benefit your […]

Integration of Platform as a Service and Supply Chain Procurement

From January 29 through 31, 2018, more than 2,500 people attended the Modern Supply Chain Experience in San Jose, with quality education provided on a wide range of supply chain topics by top professionals, including Angela Wilson, Consultant/Contractor, CSS International, Inc. Wilson shared crucial insights on the topic of platform as a service (PaaS) and […]

2018: The Year of the Cloud First Approach in ERP Solutions

By Tim Scott, Vice President of Cloud Solutions, CSS International, Inc. The idea of cloud computing (originally envisioned in 1969 as an “intergalactic computer network” or as a public utility, also brainstormed in the 1960s) started to become a reality at the cusp of the 21st century with its myriad of applications already surpassing initial […]

Yesterday’s ERP Solution is Tomorrow’s Modern Hybrid

By Tim Scott, Vice President of Cloud Solutions, CSS International, Inc. In August 2017, Forbes declared that Oracle now has a “once-in-a-generation chance to displace arch-enemy SAP as the world leader in enterprise applications … As the bell sounds in Round One in the Cloud ERP Wars, the judges give a unanimous decision to Oracle.” […]