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  1. Your current EAM system offers limited functionality.
  2. The user interface in your current EAM system is difficult to use.
  3. External factors are rendering your EAM system obsolete.
  4. Your current EAM system has a short-sighted technical architecture.
  5. Support for your current EAM system is becoming increasingly expensive (and hard to come by).
  6. It's expensive, time-consuming and risky to upgrade your EAM system (if you can upgrade at all).
  7. The rigidity of your EAM system hinders your ability to respond to change when incorporating new operational processes.
  8. Your current EAM vendor is showing signs that it may not be around in the future.
  9. Your current EAM system makes it difficult for your various applications to communicate with each other.

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