BST Global On-Premise Deployment
If you’re equipped with a robust IT team and prefer to take the process of deploying BST Global solutions into your own hands, you can with our on-premise deployment option.
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Things to Know
Understanding what hardware, software and human components are required for your solution is crucial for a successful on-premise deployment.
What to Expect
With on-premise deployment, you maintain complete control of your business management system and manage your data internally. You’ll use your internal servers and infrastructure for this deployment option, and the scalability model allows for allocation of additional servers. This option also features a remotely accessible administration console and has multiple user and group security roles available. It should also be noted that system resources are dependent on the size of your organization.
Every organization is different, and we strive to create ERP solutions that serve each client’s unique business needs. Any time a company chooses on-premise deployment, the system requirements will depend on the ERP solution being implemented, the go-live version and upgrade schedule, the size of the organization and more. We’ll work with you to provide specifications for the user workstations, mobile devices, application and mobile servers, and database/reporting servers required for your situation.
In much the same way that system requirements will vary from one client to the next, the skillsets necessary for seamless deployment and optimal use will also depend on your specific needs and solution components. To ensure a successful deployment experience, we’ll work with you to identify skillset requirements around desktop and server operating systems management, general systems management and database management.
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