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5 Things to Know About Your Meridian Module Complexity

Jeremy Clay

When evaluating the complexity of an existing Meridian system configuration, it can be challenging to determine a definitive answer. However, by taking certain factors into account, we can gain valuable insights into the level of complexity involved within the system. In this blog post, we will discuss five key considerations that can help gauge the complexity of your existing Meridian configuration to manage things moving forward appropriately.

  1. Assessing the Existing Environment: The first step is thoroughly examining your current setup. Take note of the modules in use and identify potential limitations or dependencies. Understanding your starting point will provide a solid foundation for evaluating the complexity of your desired configuration.
  2. Licensing Requirements: Consider the implications of licensing when introducing new elements to your environment. Determine whether additional licenses will be needed and assess the associated costs. This evaluation ensures that you are aware of any financial commitments required to implement the desired configuration.
  3. Software Version Analysis: Analyzing the software version in use is crucial. Older versions may lack certain features or components present in newer releases. It is essential to ascertain whether upgrading to the latest version is necessary or if the existing one is sufficient. Also, review if a new software version would impact any existing supporting software version compatibility, such as Autodesk®, Microsoft, or SolidWorks® products. A careful examination of software versions will help determine the complexity of implementing the desired configuration.
  4. Level of Customization: Evaluate the level of customization within your current environment. Are there extensive custom components or scripts involved in the background? Understanding the extent of customization provides insight into the complexity of integrating new configurations while ensuring compatibility with your existing setup. This assessment helps gauge the potential challenges associated with implementing the desired changes.
  5. Specific Custom Requirements and Requests: Consider any specific requirements or requests you have for the configuration. Are there unique functionalities or customizations needed to align the environment with your organization's workflows? Identifying these specific needs will aid in determining the complexity involved in incorporating the desired modules and appropriate functionality.

Understanding the complexity of a configuration is a multifaceted task. By considering the five factors mentioned above, you can gain valuable insights into the intricacies of your environment and assess the feasibility of introducing new modules. Remember, each situation is unique, and it is essential to consult with a routing representative to obtain detailed information and a customized quote tailored to your specific needs. This consultation will provide a comprehensive understanding of the possibilities and complexities associated with adding Meridian modules to your environment.