08 Feb

Do You Have Full Control Of Your Data? 4 Reasons To Consider It

While cloud services are widely used and accepted today, most “on cloud” solutions do not offer full control to their end clients. This means that you’re trading flexibility and total customization in exchange for convenience and costs savings.

data flow

There are options which offer the best of both worlds – full control over your data and the ability to keep costs down. Keep your business running smoothly and efficiently with full control over your mission-critical business data.

Peace of Mind

Security concerns around online data storage are not going away anytime soon. Mitigate your risks as much as possible by ensuring that you have full control and visibility into your IT environment. However, full data control does not necessarily mean owning your own data center. Softsys Hosting enterprise solutions are built to offer small and medium businesses the control they need while still offering a cost effective service.

Efficient Support & Communication

85% of online businesses, selling their products 24/7, have technical issues that are required to be addressed within 10 minutes to avoid loss of revenue.

With full control of your business data, the ability to access support teams and communicate with cloud service providers becomes paramount. For example, our in-house helpdesk 24/7 web hosting technical support team is ready to help 365 days a year. We guarantee a human response within 30 minutes (average is 5.7 minutes) at any time of a day or night.

Integrated Applications

Business data management is not just about mitigating risk and securing information. The ability to use data to enhance customer and team member experience is a key component to a successful data storage and management system.

Increase the profitability of your business with Enterprise Resource Planning. Utilizing data to access an enterprise-wide snapshot of business processes and employee efficiency allows you to proactively address issues before they become larger problems. Use this insight to streamline business processes across the board.

ERP

Customer Relationship Management

Similar to ERP, a Customer Relationship Management system helps businesses improve efficiency and increase sales. Rather than focusing on the internal processes, CRM systems are built to increase sales and facilitate communication between your team and customers. A better customer experience leads to more consumer loyalty and repeat sales.

How does this relate to your data control and management? The more control you have, the more customized your CRM system can be. Thus, your solution is perfectly suited for your specific business needs.