All software has an expiration date. Well-designed systems have a useful life of about six to eight years, while more poorly designed systems may last only three years.
At what point does the cost of purchasing and implementing new environment, health and safety (EHS) software become preferable to the expense of maintaining your existing software? It’s an important question.
The Intelex tip sheet, When is it Time to Buy New EHS Software?, explains the reasons why your current software may be outdated and should be replaced. Learn more about why you might need to:
- Replace an internally built system
- Provide better tools for tracking your EHS return on investment
- Use software that integrates more readily with your other IT systems