Strategies for Making the Right Purchase Decisions
Software has a shelf life. In general, a useful lifetime for most well-designed systems is estimated at six to eight years.
Environment, health & safety (EHS) software may have a significantly shorter lifespan. According to a 2017 survey conducted by the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM), most companies that are looking at replacing their EHS software have a system in place that is less than five years old. If your system is approaching five years old then it may soon be outdated.
A report from Intelex Technologies, authored by BLR Media, discusses the key issues around how to decide when you need new software and how to buy, including:
Is it time for new software?
Choosing your software
Choosing your vendor
Pitfalls to avoid
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