ERP Software Upgrades

Minimize the Impact on Cash-Flow During Long Implementation Period




While many schools invest regularly to expand and maintain their physical campus, keeping technology current requires a large commitment that not all schools can afford. Software systems, in particular, pose a challenge for institutions due to the large, upfront costs and constant maintenance required. By designing a funding solution that addresses the short-term budget constraints caused by a long and costly implementation process, an ERP software system can be an affordable investment to enhance a school's internal operations.



Most schools are unaware you can finance the large, upfront and unpredictable costs for new ERP system implementations into fixed, predictable monthly payments that are spread out over time. That means less surprises in your budget and better cash-flow for your school.

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