In a world where “the only constant is change,” we often delay making any change related to our business software.

It is easy to make the case that by delaying upgrades, or new software implementation, we can avoid retraining staff, organizational angst, potential upgrade costs and, possibly, the need to change processes. With that avoidance, however, we can miss out on new features that can increase productivity and business insights, and we can also increase security risk by foregoing patches released to address vulnerabilities…Read more at NBBJ