In the age of automation, every business is looking to streamline its operational processes with the help of cutting-edge applications. Whether you’re looking to increase connectivity between your staff, promote collaboration between employees across various locations, or improve documentation, reporting, and analytics capabilities within your business; industry-specific software can significantly increase workforce productivity, and drive cost-efficiencies throughout your organization.
Of course, getting to that point usually requires a significant investment. First, you have to purchase a license or subscription for an enterprise version of your software. Then you need to ensure that your existing IT infrastructure can handle the task of running a resource-intensive suite of applications. Finally, you need to maintain an in-house IT team that can take care of installation, maintenance, security updates, and necessary upgrades for the software.
At the end of the day, you could be spending thousands of dollars on implementing a solution that will cost several thousands more to maintain over the course of its life, with the specter of obsolescence constantly looming in the distance.