Yes you can.
Note, we are not talking about the mSupply web interface here. We are talking about running the full mSupply client just like you would on a local office network.
We have done some tests with low speed connections:
- 256kbps : works, but not recommended.
- 512kbps : quite usable for most tasks, but slow for running reports.
- 1Mbps : good.
Note that latency (the time taken to get a response will change the performance of a connection. We have found that a 1Mbps connection with under 100ms of latency is quite OK.
You need to do your own tests to verify usability on your own particular network before deployment. We can provide a trial version of mSupply server and client for this purpose if needed.
Contact us if you need more information.