Your employees are familiar with your existing software and processes, and no one can blame them for resisting change. Even so, it's time to face the facts: like any other technology, software has a lifecycle and ignoring it isn't a good idea.
Why You Shouldn't Wait
As a business leader, you may wonder if it's counterproductive to invest in new software when the existing process is working. Your employees are so familiar with your current software that some of them have achieved expert status, and who can argue with that?
You've no doubt heard of the data breaches that impacted well-known businesses like Equifax, Sony, and Target. Unfortunately, thousands of other devastating security breaches never make the news because they happen to small companies just like yours.
Have you ever wondered whether managed services adds any real value to your bottom line? Typically, business leaders look at managed services offerings as ways to reduce costs and tidy up messy infrastructures, and they're right—at least to some extent. But doesn't your business deserve more from your managed services partnerships?