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Top 6 Reasons to Consider a New ERP Solution

by John Stucky

Leaders and Followers. Those two words are what got my attention in a recent Aberdeen research article. The researchers had broken down industry companies into those two groups: leaders and followers. It was fascinating to me to see what matters most to each group. The leaders focused on the future: keeping up with industry changes, keeping up with growth, being more flexible. While the followers focused on fixing their current state: being easier to do business with, reducing costs, and fixing systems that were not integrated. Leading companies use software systems to operate at peak efficiency.

In this series, we're going to look at the top 6 reasons that provide the strongest case for changing your software:

#1 Bad Decision

#2 Loss of Customer

#3 Unexpected Result

#4 Inflexible Systems

#5 Big Change

#6 Multiple Applications

If any of this sounds familiar, we created this series just for you. The good news is that software solutions can be installed a lot quicker than you may think, and they don't have to break the bank.

We created a separate video and blog post for each reason, so stay tuned for the next post when I discuss Reason #1: Bad Decision. 

TrinSoft exists to help companies use technology to be more efficient and profitable. I'm willing to answer any questions you may have, and talk through options and best practices. Send me an email. I’ll respond promptly.

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