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Miles Technologies hopes to help small business efficiency

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Chris Miles' company Miles Technologies hopes to help small business efficiency.
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Chris Miles has his head in the cloud.

Miles’ company Miles Technologies has been helping companies run more efficiently since 1997. Since then, the company has grown from two employees to 142 and has recently launched online software designed to integrate all forms of a small to medium sized business.

For Miles, this growth spawned from a progressive mindset.

“Six or seven years ago, we talked about the next generation of systems and that if we were to build it again, we’d build a more SAS (statistical analysis system) based system,” he said. “You’re not on a completely custom system, but a shared, web-based system.”

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After six years of design, the company is finally rolling out Business by Miles, the company’s Cloud-Based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Business Management Software.

“We’re actually going to make the different aspects of your business better,” he said of the new software. “It’s about making it better than it was, not just housing the data. That’s the claim we make and that’s what we back up.”

Currently, only seven hand-picked companies, previous customers of Miles Technologies, have shifted to the Business by Miles software, but Business by Miles is currently offering free trials of approximately 60 days to back up this claim.

Miles Technologies plans to remain incredibly involved in aiding companies in the shift to their software until the site goes entirely self-serve in August 2014.

“Right now is a fantastic time to jump on this because we’re so vested,” he said. “Right now, we hold hands and help people get into the system, help them import their data.”

To learn more about Miles Technologies and its efforts, click here.


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