I’m an inFlow On-Premise customer, what’s inFlow Cloud?

What’s inFlow Cloud?

You might have noticed that we have released a new product called inFlow Cloud. The data saved to the cloud is hosted, which means your data is online instead of on your computer. Now you’re not limited to your local network!

For more information please feel free to visit www.inflowinventory.com/cloud.

Why cloud-based software?

We’ve all had mishaps with our computers, but spilled coffee shouldn’t be the reason you lose important business data. With inFlow Cloud, you can relax knowing your data is safely where you left it: in the cloud.

Another benefit to cloud storage is the ability to access your inFlow database from anywhere with an internet connection. This means you’re no longer restricted to working in one place. You and your team can work from wherever you’d like!

What’s the difference?

When you launch inFlow Cloud for Windows, you’ll notice that it has the same look and feel as inFlow On-Premise so you don’t have to learn a whole new program.

inFlow Cloud was built for mobility and flexibility, with the added benefit that your data is stored in the cloud for safekeeping. inFlow On-Premise is great, but sometimes you want to take your work with you. With inFlow Cloud, you can, and we’ve added some brand new features too.

Take a look for yourself, and check out our side-by-side comparison for more information!

Multiple devices

With inFlow Cloud, you can use multiple devices. Get the full range of features of inFlow Cloud on your Windows computer, or check stock levels on the go with the Android and web companion apps.

Your data is safe and protected

Your inFlow data is safe, secure, and backed by Microsoft Azure, a trusted service recognized by EU and international cloud security and privacy standards. Your data will be backed up multiple times a day, in multiple locations around the world! This means you don’t ever have to worry about the safety of your data.

Check out this article for about how inFlow Cloud data is stored: inFlow Cloud Data.

Ongoing support is included

When you subscribe to inFlow Cloud, any help you need from the inFlow team is included in your subscription. Unlike in inFlow On-Premise, you won’t need to worry about purchasing a yearly subscription for extra on-going support. You will always have access to our online knowledge base, and you can call, live chat or email us at info@inflowinventory.com.

Get the latest updates

Automatic updates are included with your subscription plan. This lets you have the latest version of inFlow Cloud at all times.  

We are continuing to update inFlow Cloud to improve performance, apply fixes, and add new features. The plan you’re subscribed to will determine which features you’ll have access to.

Subscription-based pricing

inFlow Cloud is a subscription-based service that you can for pay monthly or annually. The number of subscriptions you need depends on how many team members need to read and write data to the database.

inFlow Cloud accounts are assigned to each team member’s email address. Only inFlow Cloud Admins will be able to add or remove team members from the company database. For information check this article for adding team members.

inFlow Cloud offers team member access rights to all inFlow Cloud plans.  Admin users can set what areas of inFlow each team member can access by going to Main Menu>Options>Settings>Company tab>Manage your account and team.

Does inFlow On-Premise work with inFlow Cloud?

No. inFlow On-Premise and inFlow Cloud are two completely different products so they don’t sync with one another. inFlow On-Premise backups can be transferred to Cloud quickly and easily to help you get started.

Please note: You can upload an inFlow On-Premise backup file to inFlow Cloud. It isn’t possible to transfer your database from inFlow Cloud to inFlow On-Premise.  

So how do I switch to inFlow Cloud?

Switching to inFlow Cloud is easy.

Get started with our Transfer your data article to migrate your inFlow On-Premise data to inFlow Cloud.

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