7 Retail Management Software Selection Mistakes That Spell Failure
Retail management software selection is an inherently complex decision. For an average mid-market organization a core business software solution typically costs $100,000 – $500,000 over 5 years to implement, maintain and upgrade.
With the average lifecycle of major retail management software solutions spanning 6-10 years, mistakes made during the preliminary selection phase can have negative effects for years to come.
Despite the enormity of such a large investment, one that will affect organizational efficiency for up to a decade, it is shocking how few companies exercise the due diligence necessary to ensure a proper business decision is made.
This whitepaper covers the 7 most common mistakes that retailers commit during the software selection process.
Ensure you don’t make a wrong decision by learning:
- How to avoid the ‘demo trap’ and what to do instead
- How to choose the correct sponsors within your organization
- How to interview relevant references (with the precise questions to ask)
- And more…