- Where can you turn for expert advice?
- How do you decide whether to upgrade or replace?
- Who are your stakeholders?
- How do you conduct a needs analysis?
- Where can you go to seek funding?
In most cases, the decision to undertake a project will be forced on you by external circumstances. For example, receiving an End of Life letter from your vendor means you cannot maintain the status quo for an extended period of time, even if your current system is performing to everyone’s satisfaction. Administrative changes – the need to expand/improve coverage or increase system capacity – may also force you to consider replacing or upgrading your system.
Which way to go? This guide outlines some vital steps you can take right now, that will help you make the myriad decisions that lie ahead, and ensure your project runs smoother. Arm yourself with the right information and the right people from the beginning…
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