The business largely depends on its information system. It needs timely maintenance and sometimes rectification of undesirable or deficient. The firms who are prompt on it enjoy more significant benefits. They understand and quantify competing priorities, access activities, and monitor the effectiveness of work.

Entrepreneurs invest according to the budget limits to keep their businesses robust and well-maintained, stable, and highly available to accommodate the competing priorities of business stakeholders. Thus proactively and re-actively they keep the system updated and upgraded. The up-gradations include technology, middleware, and infrastructure updates, support licensing renewals, security vulnerabilities fixes, and patches.

The business may think of incorporating new technology platforms with rational and realized benefits like the use of cloud technology rather than shared hosting environments, improved performance, and capacity to accommodate future growth.

The business keeps focusing on delivering new and improved functionality to serve best. Furthermore, think to expand to enhance business proposition, be more effective and efficient, and generate more revenues. Thus, increasing customer confidence and reputation in the market.

The businesses perpetually keep investing in the maintenance of the information systems until it gets decommissioned. Therefore companies keep a separate budget for it.

The companies keep introducing new information system technologies, which leads to decommissioning of the legacy system. This process goes along with the maintenance with an aspect of system health. They are thus giving organizations a new build which aligns better with their strategic architecture and strategy.

Businesses intend to both preserve and grow revenues while giving all due respect to their all stakeholders who have different priorities which reflect their importance. They further intervene to prioritize maintenance and upgrade effort. Thus, an information system gets tiered with specific rules to a minimum service level. The more diverse the stakeholders with a vested interest, there would be more viewpoints and approaches.