As long as the "old" software is meeting business needs, new technology is not the change driver, which makes building replacement products on a new framework a higher risk strategy. Product functionality still matters and, while it is important for enterprise applications providers to implement the latest computer science "quantum leap", there is no guaranteed correlation between first-to-market and the ultimate-success-in-the-market. In fact, based on many experiences, one could even argue that the correlation might be inverse.
industrial machinery and equipment, metal fabrication, lower tiers of automotive suppliers, and instruments (including medical and recreational). The top three industries served are electronics, industrial machinery and equipment, and fabricated metal products. Multinational and companies looking for a much broader functionality beyond traditional ERP boundaries (such as more intricate CRM, distribution and logistics, plant maintenance, or complex project management and engineer-to-order (ETO)