Breaking extensions out of the core code via events addresses three concerns LS Nav users have had about upgrading their systems – the time upgrades took, the risk, and the cost. Some LS Nav users hold on to older versions of the program because of the time and man-power needed for upgrading. With events and extensions, a user can have the most up-to-date system almost automatically, especially with the use of automated testing. That means that users can take advantage of newer, industry-specific technologies, such as mobile POS systems, much sooner and without a major time and money investment in upgrading. Finally, the extensions are independent of the core code, meaning that the chance of glitches when upgrading are reduced. This relatively simple change in how LS Nav functions means a big change in the ease of upgrades and customization for our users. If you want to know how events and extensions in LS Nav can help you reduce the time, risks, and cost of upgrading, or have technical questions about the technology, contact our experts today!