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Insights and key findings on perceived vs actual business benefits of cloud solutions
A survey conducted by SoftOne (member of Olympia Group of companies) among 6.000 cloud/SaaS customers in Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria, shows that providing remote access to corporate applications and data is the primary benefit of cloud computing for 9 in 10 enterprises, while 77% of respondents indicate that Soft1 Cloud ERP has facilitated their seamless business operation during coronavirus lockdown.
While the Covid-19 pandemic speeds up the digitization of businesses in SE Europe and Greece, the study reveals an absolute agreement among top-reasons for adopting SoftOne’s cloud services and the actual benefits that enterprises realize by using them (following replies provided by senior executives).
Other key findings of the survey include:
– 70% of the enterprises polled, are fully satisfied by migrating to the cloud (vs on-premise solutions previously used).
– 2 in 3 of the companies surveyed, are willing to further invest in cloud services and more specifically, in electronic invoicing solutions and enterprise mobility applications.
“Cloud is at the core of business transformation, fundamentally changing how businesses operate and deliver value to customers”, stated Giannis Salichos, CTO of SOFTONE Group and added: “The survey results clearly demonstrate that enterprises consider cloud to be the most critical factor of their digital transformation strategy, thus they plan to further invest on it to optimize their business processes. Always looking ahead, SOFTONE focuses on developing innovative cloud services and solutions that boost the business potential of digital technologies across our customers’ entire operation.”
Conducted by SoftOne – leading Cloud ERP provider in Greece, the study surveyed 6.000+ enterprises in Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria in order to measure cloud customer satisfaction and uncover key digital transformation trends.