Cloud ERP Adoption is a No-Brainer with these 4 Tools


Companies rely on Cloud ERP systems to streamline business processes, adapt to growth, cut costs, and increase productivity. Transferring an entire office system to a new Cloud ERP solution can present quite an undertaking. In a fast paced work environment, the easier the transition, the better. Luckily, businesses can rely on many different tools that will simplify Cloud ERP adoption. Here they are:

1. WalkMe

WalkMe is an Enterprise Class Guidance and Engagement Platform that guides users every step of the way to successfully complete their online tasks. WalkMe operates in real-time, allowing users to become familiar with the ERP solution as they learn how to use it. The platform encourages self-service and accelerates training and software adoption.

Most Cloud ERP systems (such as NetSuite) utilize a multitenant SaaS model with functional variations. Therefore, a hand-holding solution like WalkMe makes it simpler to introduce a number of features to users with different skill sets.


2. RiverMeadow

RiverMeadow Cloud Migration automates the migration process of any physical, virtualized, or cloud resident server and securely transits and deposits them into any destination cloud. RiverMeadow executes migrations without installing an agent on the source or target, and without disrupting the source server e.g. for a shutdown or reboot.



3. Secure-24

Secure-24 supports distributed manufacturing enterprises by providing an agile IT infrastructure designed to accommodate changing market demands. Their transition and implementation process is optimized for moving ERP applications to a private Cloud and is capable of coordinating the migration of hundreds of data centers.


4. Symplified Identity Management (SIM) and SinglePoint

This toolset provides administrators with a way to deal with Web-based application identity and password authentication. With SIM and SinglePoint, the entire transition goes on “behind the scenes”. SIM manages identity for users with SaaS applications. Then SinglePoint employs an “identity router” to transfer and store all users and their passwords for the new system.

Adopting a new ERP solution can provide plenty of advantages for your business. However, the transition process can create a number of challenges. Integrating the right tools will ease the adoption process so that your business can make the most of the Cloud ERP as quickly as possible.


This article is part of a White Paper called The Essential Guide to Assuring Cloud ERP Adoption.”. Claim your copy by filling in the form below:


The White Paper covers a variety of topics, including:

Chapter 1: Key Conclusions from Data about Cloud ERP Adoption

Chapter 2: Do Cloud ERP Offerings Stack Up Functionally?

Chapter 3: The Top 5 Challenges in Adopting Cloud ERP

Chapter 4: Overcoming the Challenges of User Onboarding

Chapter 5: Tools You Must Know About that Will Make Adopting Cloud ERP Easier

Chapter 6: The Checklist for Successful Cloud ERP Adoption

Marissa Hart is the Lead Author & Editor of ERPeople. ERPeople is a blog focused on all Enterprise Resource Planning business management platforms. ERP can be used by a company to collect, store, manage, and interpret data from many business activities, including: Product planning, cost, manufacturing or service delivery, marketing, and sales.