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Software that is no longer supported is, well, out of date. It can conflict with newer operating systems. It can stop working altogether. It can be difficult to integrate with other technologies. And it can cause a slew of other problems. We’ll take the following steps to implement your upgrade seamlessly and with minimal business disruption:

1.    Review of Current Customizations & Future Needs
Determine which customizations are still needed and which can be eliminated or replaced by functionalities in the newer versions of your software

2.    Review New Functionalities
The most exciting aspect of upgrading your software systems is the new functionalities you’ll have access to. But you’ll need to know what those functionalities are, as well as how to best leverage them

3.    Design a Test Environment
Familiarizes users with the new functionalities of your upgraded software and builds a level of comfort with the transactions, processes, and reports they use on a regular basis

4.    Infrastructure Evaluation
Evaluates your company’s current IT infrastructure to ensure that it will support the upgrade.

5.    Execute the Upgrade
You’ll be on a supported version of your software, which will allow you to easily upgrade your licensing and receive hotfixes, new versions, and ongoing support