Overcoming Legacy Functionality
IT organisations have many options available for using improvements in new hardware, software, tools and services to overcome the constraints of legacy functionality. For example, they may optimise it or they may simply replace it with more efficient and modular code.
John Brennan, Managing Director of Brentech Data
Systems, explains how companies must not remain static as a result of the need
for cost cutting in the current climate and how the investment in an agile and
flexible ERP/SCM system can make all the difference...
Through the strife to maintain legacy ERP applications
that barely cope with the everyday business requirements, many companies have
now fallen victim to "The Legacy Trap"…AND…to compound the problem
the maintenance costs of such systems are rising at a substantial rate year on
Traceability has always been a key issue in the Pharmaceutical Industry. However, recently its importance, and in particular the requirements for batch tracking, have increased immensely, and will continue to do so for a number of reasons.