Migrating Legacy Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

What once was a head-spinning advance in technology now leaves organizations vulnerable to downtime and data loss. That daunting reality also is an opportunity: Migrating from a legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to a cloud provider not only increases security but nearly endless potential for improving your processes, reporting, and data-driven decision-making. Find out more about the risks of your legacy system and the potential within migration.

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Understanding the Risks of Legacy ERP

Trepidation about modernizing your organization’s ERP is valid. Migrating is a big change, yet there are plenty of great reasons to move past the apprehension. We outline the risks and benefits.

Prioritizing Migration

Shocking reality: The upfront cost of a new system generally is less than the cost of maintaining an old one—even before you consider the costs of downtime and inefficiencies. That’s just one reason that migration should be a priority.

Navigating Project Complexities

If you haven’t been through the steps of process mapping in some time, you’ll be surprised by the potential improvements. Major change creates an ideal time to streamline steps and facilitate collaboration.

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Key Facts

  • End of support for the most popular ERP system means the companies that still rely on it are without the necessary upgrades and patches to keep their data safe. Because these systems have been on their way out for years, IT professionals who can service and maintain them also are disappearing.
  • Newer ERP systems have made enormous leaps in efficiency and capability that enable your teams to do more—easier and faster.
    Migrating makes data more available and ensures it’s always up to date. As a result, error rates drop, reporting improves, and possibilities for data-driven decision making expand.
  • Chances are slim that the computers in use at your offices are the same ones you acquired 25 or even 10 years ago; the ERP system you’ve been using for decades isn’t up to the task of communicating with all of your newer technologies. Upgrading means connecting your systems effectively for seamless functioning.
  • Top talent looks for smart technology. Modernizing enables you to compete for the most qualified candidates.

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