Our current production software is becoming outdated, whereby it lacks performance, intuitive user interface, integration with modern communication tools, reporting, analytics, and overall productivity enhancements that current generation software can provide. It would benefit our business to document our current business workflow, identify key areas of improvements, assess whether current production tools have been the limit factors, and decide whether a system overhaul is a better alternative. The database system, DB2, in conjunction Lotus Notes shall be converted to Microsoft SQL, Exchange, and Dynamics. This change will enable programmers to create a system that meet the demands of current business processes with agility. Also, cost of support for a more main-stream software will be lowered as the talent pool for Microsoft SQL, C#, ASP.net programmers is vast. More importantly, software development must constantly satisfy the demands of the work flow and business logic to create business advantages as compared to the industry.