Suppliers and Customers Applaud EDRAK’s Effort to Enable Cloud Computing
Cairo – Feb.1, 2020 – EDRAK Software today announced plans to deploy its Edara ERP solution on Microsoft Azure for all trade companies, wholesale distribution, retail food & beverage, tech and more. EDRAK knew that moving its Edara ERP system to the cloud would be challenging, and the company choose Azure for its comprehensive package of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings. Edara ERP integrates Azure App Service, Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Storage, and Azure Automation.
EDRAK wanted to improve Edara ERP while avoiding the typical difficulties faced when expanding services. It can be hard to predict how business will grow, so moving to the cloud was the best option for EDRAK to gain the benefits of elasticity and scalability. ” Flexibility and Cost-Effectiveness” were EDRAK’s answer to the question: “why Azure?”
“Microsoft Azure is simple to adapt and offers a host of application building blocks and services that will allow us to customize as needed,” said Ahmed Fawzy, Business Development Manager at EDRAK Software. “Working with Microsoft is beyond being ordinary. Their support and their vision provided us what we need for our expansion to deliver new services. Azure was the ideal choice for EDRAK to break into the SaaS market.”
Sajan Parihar, Director, Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft Corp. said, “As organizations move more workflows to the cloud, efficiently managing enterprise resources across environments while balancing growth is a critical element of success. We are pleased to see EDRAK help our mutual customers migrate their on-premises workloads to Azure.”
About EDRAK EDRAK started its first product, Edara ERP, in 2006, a cloud-based ERP system for trading, retail, and distribution companies delivering a single view of business performance across all channels.