If you follow the news from the tech space, you’re likely seeing a few key themes emerge time and time again. Along with big data and mobility, moving applications to the cloud is one of those top trends that everyone seems to be talking about. Businesses are looking to the cloud for several reasons: increased agility, ability to focus on higher value activities, and lower costs. Add those three up, and a move to the cloud means revenue growth for your business.
Progress customers, like B&L Information Systems, the leading innovator in the design and development of metalcasting-specific ERP software, have already reaped this benefit. B&L’s Odyssey software provides foundries and die casters with precise and timely information to balance customer satisfaction, operational efficiencies and profitability. And in case you haven’t seen the news, we announced today that B&L has utilized Progress® OpenEdge® to successfully transform its Odyssey ERP offering to a Software as a Service (SaaS) model.
With the help of the Progress Partner Empowerment Program, B&L not only transformed its traditional ERP software to a SaaS model, but also doubled its close rate for the application.
Additionally, the Odyssey SaaS application offering outsold the traditional model by 300% in the first year and B&L has seen a revenue increase of 880% since 2009!
So there you have it--proof that moving to the cloud has the potential to drive massive revenue growth for businesses. Check out the full release at the above link, and visit our product page to check out what OpenEdge can do for your business!
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