Developing supply chain management that improves efficiency and profitability is a common difficulty for hundreds of thousands of companies. Many of the inherent problems come in the form of difficult communication, prediction failures, and lack of demand management, although these easily visible problems barely scratch the surface.
Are you planning to change the software your company uses for its day-to-day business? For example, anyone still using Windows Server 2003/R2 should migrate, as Microsoft ended support for it on July 14, 2015 . But perhaps you’re making a voluntary decision for migration based on any number of factors. Regardless of what software you’re migrating from or where you’re going, there are basic questions you should be answering to ensure you mitigate data loss as well as disruption in your businesses operation during the migration.
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