As the business grows, familiar tools and solutions might become obsolete and not serve the purpose anymore. You guessed it – when this happens it is time for an upgrade. Upgrading is replacing a product with a newer version of the same product. In computing and consumer electronics, an upgrade is generally a replacement of hardware, software, or firmware with a more recent or better version, to bring the system up to date or improve its characteristics.  

Upgrade rules differ from vendor to vendor and from program to program, so for every seller and customer looking to improve their workflow, it is important to first take a look into upgrade prerequisites.