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Advances in technology have provided businesses a range of options and decisions to take when adopting any system from a standalone application to Enterprise Resource Planning system. One of the most critical factors in your decision will be whether you choose to deploy it on-premise or in the cloud.
Cloud-based systems are more common than ever before, and all software vendors provide some form of Cloud offering and some have ditched their on-premise solutions altogether.
Which one is right for your organization? Only you can make that decision, but this rundown on the pros and cons of each should make it easier.
By knowing the advantages and disadvantages, business owners can determine the best fit allowing for a more informed allocation of resources and efficiency benefits.
For most brands, WhatsApp is becoming a central pillar in their customer service channel and it’s a natural development. For many people it’s their main form of digital communication and it would be convenient to reach out to businesses with questions or concerns.
VAT is designed as a consumption tax to be borne by the final consumer therefore as a VAT registered business you are eligible to recover VAT on your purchases. However, this does not mean you are able to claim VAT on every purchase, it is deductible and recoverable if it satisfies few conditions.
WPS is an electronic salary transfer system that allows institutions to pay workers’ wages via banks, bureaux de change, and financial institutions approved and authorized to provide the service.
The system, developed by the Central Bank of the UAE, allows the Ministry of Labour to create a database that records wage payments in the private sector to guarantee the timely and full payment of agreed-upon wages.
The WPS covers all institutions registered with the Ministry across all sectors and industries and will benefit different categories of labour.