One of the biggest mistakes companies make when they invest in any software is that they rely on it to solve all their problems.
The software industry is notorious for releasing new versions every year. This means that the software you’re going to purchase today might not be relevant or useful in a few months from now.
More Functionality doesn’t Always Equal Better ROI
One of the biggest reasons why companies invest in costly software is to get more functionality. However, there is no guarantee that you’re going to get a good ROI (return on investment) with the additional functionality you get.
If the additional functionality of an expensive software doesn’t solve a problem that you’re facing right now, then it’s not worth it.
They are Too Complex to Operate and Maintain
When you buy an expensive software, it’s likely that you’re going to get something that is very feature-rich.
This means that you’re going to need a team of experts to operate and maintain the software.