I realize that an article under this title, written by an IT company representative, immediately sounds suspicious. That's right, I am a party in the processes of implementing information systems. So can I be objective? Probably not quite, though I will try. The following text should not be treated as a recipe for everything, but I think it is worth getting acquainted with it and enriching your knowledge with another (business-oriented, not technologically-oriented) voice of a practitioner. The title of the article intentionally ends with a full stop; I assumed that I would try to provide answers, not questions. I also used the perfective tense, because implemented is a bit harder than implementing.
The word “crisis” has been tossed around by the media for years; it’s even frightening to use it in the first sentence of the speech. However, many entrepreneurs perceive a crisis as an opportunity, or at least as a chance to make changes.