Thus far we have always run our applications from the local directory. That is usually the project root directory and/or the repository checkout. But did you know that with only a few changes you can make your application installable like other Perl modules?
While, you must do this if you want to upload your application to CPAN, even if you don't intend to do that, it still has benefits. You can install the application on your personal computer, especially if you want to be able to run the script while in other directories. Having an installable module also means that you can use a so-called "DarkPAN" and related tools to build yourself a local "CPAN". If you have multiple Perl modules at your company (or as part of any project) using a DarkPAN can ease integration and deployment immensely! N.B. there is even a DarkPAN tool written using Mojolicious called opan.
And hey if you needed even more more reason, it cleans up your project root directory somewhat too!