Most likely, you’ve heard before that ERP has a lifespan of about 10 years. At this point, new technologies have emerged that make the latest ERP faster, easier to use and more efficient, leaving you behind your competition. Even if this fact doesn’t bother you, your company has probably grown and shifted focus over the last decade, leaving your old ERP system to no longer meet your needs. No matter which way you look at it, you’re probably ready and in for an ERP upgrade after 10 years.
If you’re not sure if your ERP is ready for an upgrade, there is an easy way to find out. Day-to-day tasks that go unnoticed, like software workarounds, are signs that you’re in need of an ERP upgrade. We’ve created a checklist of the common signs a company is ready for an ERP upgrade. If you can check of more than one of these, it may be time to take another look at the options on the market.
If you checked off more than one of those issues, it is time to consider an ERP upgrade. Those issues lead to inefficiencies in the workplace, which end up costing a lot of money. By simply updating your ERP system to something more current and that meets your company’s current needs, you can eliminate those issues and save more money in the long run.
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