Kingdee International Software Group Company has collaborated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make its ERP services available on the AWS cloud.
Also, AWS enables Kingdee in the area of business transformation, product innovation, technology development, operation and maintenance automation, user experience improvements, international market development and personnel training.
AWS said it will assist Kingdee to build ERP cloud service platform as all-in with AWS and will also contribute to cloud ecosystem growth in China.
Kingdee is now a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN) with the agreement and is supported by reliable, secure and elastic cloud computing services from AWS.
The on-demand ERP services enhanced by Kingdee are easy to use, elastic and scalable and it makes sure that customer only pay for the actual usage.
Gartner in its report said that 47 percent of enterprises are planning to move their core ERP system to the cloud within five years.
“Customers want sophisticated software solutions available via the cloud to increase agility, improve scalability, and provide a pay-as-you-go model,” said Adam Selipsky, vice president of AWS.
In January, Amazon Web Services launched Amazon WorkMail, a managed business email and calendaring service in the cloud to enable users to send and receive email, manage contacts, share calendars, and book resources using the same email applications.
In November last year, Amazon Web Services announced that enterprises Technology Partners Acquia, Emdeon, IMS Health, Informatica, Pegasystems, and Splunk declared themselves all-in with AWS as the underlying infrastructure platform that powers their cloud solutions.