Earlier this year, to help people in selecting network marketing or party plan software, I wrote a post that contained important questions to ask while shopping for MLM software.
In this post, I compared shopping for software to shopping for a spouse. To choose the right one for you, you need to ask the right questions.
If you already have MLM software but you’re unhappy, when is it time to replace yours?
It may be time if:
- you believe you have outgrown your software.
- the quality and timeliness of response to your needs have fallen drastically and you see no hope of improvement any time soon
- the needs of your business are not supported adequately by the software you have now, and your software provider can’t give you what you need at a reasonable price, or what you need is not available regardless of the price
- the monthly cost of your current software is no longer affordable and you need a lower cost solution because your business is smaller than it was, or smaller than you expected it to be by now
Have you considered perhaps that maybe the problem isn’t your software provider? The relationship with your software company is like a marriage. Both sides need to do their part to keep the relationship strong and healthy.
Are you doing all you can to be a good software client?
Before you get hitched to a new software company, know that you don’t need to make this decision alone. Sylvina Consulting can be your confidant and advisor in selecting new MLM software. No software company pays us referral fees.
If you need additional help to manage the relationship with your current provider or with a new one, we also offer monthly implementation consulting.
It’s Like A Heart Transplant
Whenever a direct selling company decides it must replace its MLM software, it will undergo a heart transplant. While the goal of the transition is to obtain a healthier heart, this is a delicate operation and a risky procedure.
If you are switching providers, do all you can not to rush the process, unless you have no choice because the old heart has failed and is no longer pumping. Remember, the patient must be kept alive during the transplant.
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