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