GCE, a cloud-based software services provider offering financial and accounting applications, has launched a migration program designed specifically for customers of SAP Business ByDesign, Microsoft Dynamics AX and other traditional ERP vendors.

The company had exclusively served the public sector for first 10 years of its existence, and is now expanding its financial accounting cloud to the commercial market.

GCE’s migration program comes on the heels of news that SAP would be slowing development for its Business ByDesign product and Microsoft announcing it would not have features associated with pure SaaS added until the next release of Dynamics AX.

GCE’s migration program to its Financial Accounting Service claims to offer “a quick and easy transition with a proven cloud provider; training, migration, and support at no additional cost; real-time insight into financial data with integrated reporting and analytics; and increased efficiency with an end-to-end system that works across the organization.”

Similar migration offers were recently made by Oracle and NetSuite, specifically related to the SAP Business ByDesign news.

“Our message to SAP Business ByDesign and Microsoft Dynamics AX customers – or to any business seeking to modernize their accounting system with real-time insights into their financial data, productivity gains and efficiencies – is that migrating from one ERP dinosaur to another will leave your organization behind the technology curve,” said GCE chief financial officer, Matt France. “Unlike traditional software providers that have played cloud catch-up by trying to convert existing premise-based ERP solutions into cloud-based systems, GCE brings extensive experience at the intersection of financial management systems and cloud computing. Today’s largest ERP providers saddle customers…with accounting software that is expensive, complicated and painful to implement.”

For more information visit GCE’s site.

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