“Finally, we can say ‘farewell’ to our legacy system,” you exclaim.
Your supervisors seated around the conference table smile and nod.
Today’s a big day for your team.
You’ve been using the same systems on your property since its opening in 2007.
Every piece of technology used for your property’s operation is a legacy system.
From your maintenance software to the spreadsheet used for managing operational incidents.
You knew it was time to advance your operation.
But, your biggest fear was being replaced.
You’ve been running this property since it opened, and if nothing changed – you were next in line for ‘replacement.’
You want to create an ever-lasting legacy, not depart as a legacy leader known for complacency and out-of-date methods.
Nowadays, there are a plethora of progressive software solutions available.
Many surpass the functionality of your current “solutions.”
- Real-time communications for world-class execution
- Web-based is a requirement for global operations
- Digital documentation to reduce risk
- Reporting for analysis to continuously improve the experience
To compete in this landscape, they must fulfill the needs of your property.
You know this more than ever now.
But, as you started your implementation process did you stop to review one critical characteristic of your solutions provider, that you might’ve missed?
We’re sure it met all your internal needs.
But, did you ever review the track record of your solutions provider?
We’re not talking about credibility nor are we referring to their customer listing.
While these are essential qualities, we’re referring to long-term innovation.
Yes, they’re not a legacy system now.
The question is, where will your new solution be in two years, five years, or ten years?
Did you just select your next out-of-date software solution?!
How innovative is your solutions provider?