Possessing the right software and technology is vital to the growth of an organization, yet many businesses feel the limitations of an insufficient system. Outdated applications, manual processes, and numerous integration obstacles devour valuable time and resources. How do you know when you’ve reached your breaking point? This post in the blog series takes you through the third sign that you’ve gotten too big for your system.
Your company is poised to push into new markets, introduce fresh products and services, and bring on new personnel. But expanding into a new region or product line means dealing with a rigid system – and substantial IT effort. Without proper support, initial results are not up to par with what they should be. Line-of-business managers don’t want to postpone their operations for system support, new employees can’t access data they need to fulfill their duties and IT is caught trying to figure out another workaround.
You need a solution versatile enough to grow with you – a highly configurable and easy-to-use system that adapts quickly to your organization without the need to purchase or integrate additional software. Supporting new languages and currencies should ensue with the click of a mouse, not after hours of coding and personalization. A solution with a modular design makes it simple to focus on your most pressing needs by starting small, and then add users and functions as your organization grows.