No two software acquisitions are ever the same. The industry matures, new technologies bloom, and an enterprise’s requirements and conditions continually evolve. A decade ago, the process of purchasing a new enterprise software solution was long and arduous. Implementation was complex and costs were often prohibitive. Training and onboarding employees was costly and time consuming. ROI was viewed as a long-term goal.


Most of us are already familiar with a hierarchical, or centralized organizational structure. From the government and military to large corporations, a centralized management system has long been the norm. However, more and more organizations of every size are starting to value more egalitarian organizational landscapes. As technology increases agility in day-to-day business operations, decisions need to be made with equal agility, and many are finding that it has become necessary to adapt.