System Purchasing Criteria

When you only upgrade or replace your operational and financial systems every five or ten years, it's difficult to know how to make the key purchasing decisions. Among the main criteria are ease of implementation, ease of use, growth potential of the software, availability of support, and price. The actual priority of criteria will vary according to whether a company is a first-time or second-time buyer of a major system. For example, a first-time buyer should be more concerned with price and ease of implementation, while a second-time buyer should focus more on support and developer track record.

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