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blog | January 02, 2019

5 Reasons You Need to Keep Your ERP Software Upgraded

Many companies that buy an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system are ecstatic to finally have the answer to optimizing the company’s potential. So much so, that they forget...

By WorkWiseSoftware

Many companies that buy an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system are ecstatic to finally have the answer to optimizing the company’s potential. So much so, that they forget no system is perfect, and the system they are using right now may not be enough in the future. This is where an upgrade comes in. It is essentially improvements that an ERP vendor makes to the system, including both back and front end. Let’s look at 5 reasons why you need to do these upgrades to keep your company running at an ideal level.

  1. Improved Reliability

Nothing causes software to crash, perform slowly, or require more attention than the use of outdated technology. Given how critical the use of an ERP is for your business, it is not worth taking a risk in this regard. Also, nothing makes employees more frustrated than slow, inconsistent connections that delays their ability to do their job.

  1. Ideal Security

Keeping up to date with the latest technology so you can avoid the headaches and unnecessary use of excess malware and spyware tools, which would be needed as your system gets much more vulnerable as it ages and becomes unsupported.

  1. Improved Employee Productivity

Upgrades also come with functionality benefits. ERP vendors regularly improve not only the back end, but also what functions the software can do. This can lead to improved and faster process management, in areas such as reporting and tracking.

  1. Opportunity for company Improvements

With every ERP upgrade, you get the added benefit of getting a chance to review the current company processes and look for areas of improvement. Any improvements can be assisted by the software updates as well. So, your company can improve in multiple ways, leading to more efficiency, which is always positive for the bottom line.

  1. Lesser IT costs

Now, it is an upfront cost to upgrade you ERP in most cases, but it is worthwhile in the long run. It is like the ERP purchase itself. It cost a significant amount upfront but pays off in the end. With the upgrade, you eliminate all the previously mentioned problems to free up everyone’s time and allow employees to work faster and more efficiently.

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