To have a successful business, it is essential to have resources that facilitate work and maximize results. A technology that greatly helps companies to be more competitive is Sankhya .

If having a system that computerizes all your business management is good, in the cloud it becomes even better. And nowadays, it is increasingly common to migrate your ERP to the cloud.

If you want to understand a little more about Sankhya and the advantages of keeping it in the cloud, this text is for you! Do a good reading and further strengthen your business.

Why is it worth migrating Sankhya to the cloud?

Sankhya is an example of Enterprise Resource Planning. In a free translation, the ERPs refer to an Enterprise Resource Planning .

In this way, Sankhya is a tool that allows a complete administration of your company , composed by the integration of diverse business information.

It is a business management software that optimizes your work by automating processes, creating strategic indicators and storing information.

In the current market, in addition to having an ERP to manage the business, it has become increasingly common to keep it in the cloud. 

According to its predictions, Gartner indicates that enterprises will rely on industry cloud platforms to accelerate more than 50% of their core businesses. Meanwhile, in 2021, that number amounted to less than 10%.

According to its predictions, Gartner indicates that enterprises will rely on industry cloud platforms to accelerate more than 50% of their core businesses. Meanwhile, in 2021, that number amounted to less than 10%.

In this way, having Sankhya hosted in the cloud is already a reality and will become even more common, as organizations learn about the various benefits of this. Speaking of which, here are the top 5:

Cost benefit

By taking Sankhya to the cloud, you will see cost savings in your operations. In the cloud, you can save money because:

  • needs less physical infrastructure (servers, computers, energy) to maintain its applications;
  • reduces spending on software licenses; It is
  • it reduces the workload of your IT team and can therefore be reduced or deployed to perform more strategic tasks for the business.

It is worth mentioning that an ERP in the cloud is cheaper, with more dynamic monthly packages. You will pay exactly for the cloud space you use, with predictable expenses that make your finances more secure.


One of the biggest advantages of the cloud is its scalability, which allows you to scale your space as needed. In an easy way, you can increase or decrease your storage capacity .

This is great so that your business doesn't suffer from lack of space to keep up with demands or excess, which translates into an unnecessary cost. Your company can always be changing the cloud to meet your current times .

If we think about commerce, for example, scalability is a big plus. Dates like Christmas, Black Friday and other celebrations generate a greater flow of web traffic, which ends up demanding more storage.

Software accessibility from anywhere and at any time

With the cloud, Sankhya is available for access via the internet, and not just on the company's computer. Thus, from any device connected to the network, you can use the ERP .

That's where the massive availability of having Sankhya in the cloud comes in! Employees can work more freely, flexibly , accessing work resources from wherever they are and at any time of the day.

If we think today, with the home office , migrating Sankhya to the cloud is extremely advantageous.

Backup and Disaster Recovery features

Unfortunately, there is nothing without risk when it comes to information security, both for on-premise and cloud resources. But the more it develops, the cloud creates new cybersecurity measures .

For those who are concerned about the possibility of losing data and having operations paralyzed after a threat, backup and Disaster Recovery are the solution.

With a Disaster Recovery Plan, there is preventive and corrective action to solve problems, taking care of your information and reducing downtime.

In addition, the cloud brings security measures such as:

  • user authentication;
  • data encryption;
  • firewall protection, etc.

Integration with other software and applications

The cloud understands the need to integrate software, after all, this is how its information and operations can be shared with different sectors . In this way, there is communication between Sankhya and your other cloud applications.

As an ERP has the function of managing its resources, it makes even more sense for it to have an integration with other applications. You gain even more control over your processes with cloud computing.

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Count on Auto.Sky to migrate ERP to the cloud and enjoy even more benefits

As you have seen, migrating Sankhya to the cloud is extremely positive, but it can be a complicated task . So that everything works out and you can really count on the best of the cloud, the ideal is to hire a specialized company .

Auto.Sky presents a work of excellence in ERP migration and management and other resources in the Auto.Sky . With us, you can count on:

  1. total care with the migration process; 
  2. installation of high-performance and secure virtualization;
  3. use of cybersecurity best practices and tools;
  4. additional authentication layer to increase security;
  5. delivery of a 100% functional environment;
  6. automatic backups and 24/7 monitoring; It is
  7. easiness in the updating processes of ERPs and applications.

With Auto.Sky you can have three different solutions:

  • Auto.Sky Platform : responsible for migrating your data and applications to the cloud, with fast and transparent scalability and payment per user
  • Auto.Sky Services : optimizes costs for companies that are already in the cloud, with support and management of environments and migration of workloads.
  • Auto.Sky Business One : migrates your ERP to the cloud, with added Addons.

If you have any questions or want to migrate your Sankhya, or other ERP, to the cloud, how about talking to one of our experts ?

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Sky.One Team

This content was produced by SkyOne's team of cloud and digital transformation experts.