Your other obligation is to really sort out the upgrade and/or migration costs, and try if at all possible to get a fixed bid from each vendor's SI partners. Don't forget training costs in the equation: The number one failure point in an implementation is inadequate training, and when the implementation involves a migration, there's no more important factor than making sure your users can hit the ground running.
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