Picking Out A New Software For Your Company
What is the biggest mistake that people make when choosing software?
One of the biggest mistakes that business owners make is — it’s not actually a mistake but it causes a mistake — is that they talk to their peers or other people in the industry for what software they’re using to run their businesses. So, the typical story you will hear is their one of their software (for example, a POS software) fails to run and communicate with their other software (for example, their accounting software). When asked how they ended up using such software, they respond by saying they talked to their friends in the industry for the software they use.
What happens is that people are adopting software that might either be 9 years old based on the recommendation of a friend or a peer. What they should be doing is the software industry is changing in a very rapid phase. There’s a big difference between 2004 and 2014 when it comes to the type of software available to different industries and variables.
Business owners should do a proper analysis of their market place and say, “Hey, what current software is out there that meets my needs?” So the biggest mistake, again, is they talk to their peers for a software that they have been using.
Using the latest and most up to date version of a software will give you flexibility and scalability in the future.
Would it be cost-effective for people to contact Tursa Group to help them pick out their software?
Yes, absolutely. What Tursa Group does is it offers a free one-hour consultation with John Leishman, CEO of Tursa Group and he will talk with a business owner about the software applications they are currently using and if they’re interested, then they will talk about what the business owners can potentially migrate to and doing a proper analysis of software that meets their particular needs and industry. Tursa Group will assist business owners in seeing what’s out there with regards to more cost-effective alternative to what they are currently using, which will give them operational efficiencies.