Software is a tool, not salvation.
Management will buy software as a salvation.
No software is TURNKEY.
Management believes all software is TURNKEY.
The software you use always looks buggy.
It is always easier to blame the software for work problems than pointing out real problems to management.
The software the salesman is showing you always looks bugless.
When no one reports a bug or complains about software, one of the following is true:
- No one is using it
- A natural disaster has disabled all forms of communication.
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