New Gartner Research Report:
What to Consider Before Cancelling Your ERP Vendor's Maintenance Agreement and Switching to Third-Party Support

Analyst(s): Pat Phelan
Gartner Recommended Reading

Gartner is seeing a steady increase in inquiries about cancelling maintenance agreements with enterprise resource planning vendors. ERP leaders must understand the impact of any cancellation and plan for ongoing ERP maintenance and support services.

Cancelling can play an important role in enabling an enterprise to run current mature application releases more cost-effectively, shift funds to business growth initiatives, and flexibly position for the best-fit future application platform.

This report will help you:

  • Evaluate whether money spent on vendor maintenance supports your business goals, and understand when cancelling your vendor maintenance may be a good business decision.
  • Determine whether your enterprise is a good candidate for cancelling vendor maintenance.
  • Assess which alternative support options will best meet your needs.
  • How to plan for factors such as contractual obligations, contractual limitations and contingency plans.

This complimentary report is only available for a limited time so download it today and get started on planning your 2016 ERP strategy.

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1Gartner "What to Consider Before Cancelling Your ERP Vendor's Maintenance Agreement and Switching to Third-Party Support," Pat Phelan, July 14, 2015

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