In 1995 a group of consultants at E & Y were helping their clients select software

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To help their clients make an informed decision and to provide a much needed service to the market, the consultants decided to form a group specifically dedicated to unbiased software selection. The team determined they would not sell, develop or implement software to provide clients with objective and unbiased software selection advice.

In 1995 after reorganization at E & Y, the group amicably split off and formed Sagg Networks. Today, after more than 2 decades of software evaluation consulting, Sagg Networks remains committed to helping each client make an unbiased and informed software decision.

What is Software Selection?

The SAGG software selection methodology is a focused program that helps decision makers in your company envision ways to take advantage of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). From requirements definition to creation of the RFP to contract negotiation with the vendor, SAGG will guide you through each step of the software selection process, and may continue offering support into the implementation as well.

  • Which software product best suits by business?
  • Who is the implementation team?
  • Will the company's product keep pace with technology?
  • What is the company's cloud strategy?
  • How do I get started?

Software Selection

Regulatory requirements. Organizational restructuring. Process automation. Vendor consolidation. Technology advancements. Obsolescence.

There’s no shortage of reasons for companies to replace their aging systems with newer, better software. But picking a new system can be stressful—especially when it’s a once-in-a-decade decision.

For big choices like this, companies often hire outside experts to help guide the selection process. And when the stakes are highest and decisions most crucial, that’s when they turn to Sagg Networks. Because we don’t evaluate software systems every few years. We do it every day.

There’s no shortage of reasons for companies to replace their aging systems with newer, better software. But picking a new system can be stressful—especially when it’s a once-in-a-decade decision.