Reduce cloud transformation risks, time and cost with SafePaaS cloud transformation tools and services to deploy effective security model, manage configuration changes, and enforce process controls.
Many organisations have made it a top priority to transform their business to the cloud by taking advantage of the latest enterprise applications made available by leading ERP vendors including Oracle, SAP, Microsoft, Workday and others.
Organisations that deploy the cloud applications to operate their business can gain key competitive advantages in finance, human capital management, customer relationship management, procurement and supply chain management areas. However, successful business transformation to modernise systems and reduce operating costs, requires complex tasks to design processes, migrate data and build security to protect it all.
Cloud offers new collaboration capabilities to organisations that can enhance business processes across functional boundaries, time zones or even beyond organisational borders.
In our Risk-Free Cloud Transformation webinar, SafePaaS CEO Adil Khan addressed how to embrace cloud migration using the latest savvy technology and resources to discover hidden risk and scale up your business. He discussed how to plan for a successful cloud transformation using the latest technologies and resources to discover hidden risk to respond to changing market conditions and help accelerate the growth of your digital business.
As businesses move to the cloud, security gets left behind. However, moving to the cloud together with SafePaaS controls can close the gap between that vulnerability and security.
We shared our latest client case study of a public-listed software company that is leveraging the cloud to ensure effective management of controls as well as best practices and industry insight into how cloud-enabled organisations succeed.
If you were unable to attend our Risk-Free Cloud Transformation webinar you missed a great Q & A session.
SafePaaS CEO, Adil Khan replied:
“That’s a tricky question as it depends on the risk but by controlling security, transactions, configurations and master data – the 4 pillars on control within the ERP cloud. They’re not very different to on premise it’s just that Cloud doesn’t allow for as much access to the infrastructure as on premise – you’re relying on a supplier to provide a lot of the backend infrastructure which is a saving. So, therefore need more layers of evidence to verify that the cloud provider can be trusted. Even if you’re receiving SOC 1 etc. you still need to independently verify that for your own sake. “
SafePaaS, CEO, Adil Khan replied:
“We support Oracle ERP cloud, Workday, NetSuite and we’re working on SAP S/4HANA which has a cloud component. Our mission is to stay current with all suppliers who are moving their technology to the cloud and stay current with all Tier 1 Cloud Platforms.”
SafePaaS, CEO, Adil Khan replied:
“Not all ERPs are equal but it depends where you’re coming from. If you are to look at it from a process perspective for example procure to pay cycle you’ll be able to identify those risks that are in the P2P cycle by looking at the same configurations on premise as well as cloud. So, that’s certainly possible. We can do it where possible. It is possible if you think from process to process it’s really possible. There’s a little bit of methodology that our partners know but that’s where we can guide you as well.”
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