With the addition of new product lines to an already successful fabric business, Hertex outgrew their aging ERP system. Operating from multiple showrooms nationwide, logistics became a nightmare when stock levels couldn’t be monitored accurately in real-time. Azure was selected to take their new ERP system to the cloud and has resulted in significant CapEx savings. Training of end users to drive adoption has resulted in the successful use of cloud technology.
Enterprise capabilities for regional wine estate
The food and beverage industry is a fast moving, competitive one. Warwick Estate’s beautiful vineyards, cellars, restaurant and picnic area is part of the Stellenbosch Winelands. They needed a communication and data technology system that would allow for ease of use but using an ISP email solution was making this difficult. The estate’s location outside of Stellenbosch meant that their options for internet connectivity was limited. But Crimson Line assured the, limited connectivity did not need to keep them out of the cloud.
Aging hardware no longer needs to be a worry
Hosting your own data centre means you need to keep track of hardware related issues. Software developers, redPanda, moved ahead of the curve by extending its data centre into Azure before hardware needed to be replaced.
Lewis Stores move to the cloud
When you’re a national retailer with hundreds of stores nationwide, server replacement is a significant capital expenditure. A cloud solution negates the purchase of new hardware while it has many additional benefits any size business can benefit from.
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