As someone who talks to many people about their business problems, I hear a lot of stories about people’s absolute dependence and servitude to Excel.
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I often use this quote from Daniel O’Connell, Research Director at Gartner, on user adoption.
“End-user adoption of new technology is frequently the key roadblock to an implementation’s success and also the most critical factor for generating return on investment.”
In all of my work roles, for many years, I was a great believer in the maxim that ‘good training makes for good staff’. That’s not necessarily true.
It’s normal to feel nervous when implementing a new budgeting solution using a software platform like BOARD. This is especially true if you’re moving away from spreadsheet-based budgeting and forecasting for the first time.
As an organisation grows, it is typical for processes to become more complicated. Employees who once managed both strategic operations and day-to-day tasks eventually hand over responsibility for getting things done to new team members.
There’s one question that has plagued IT departments for years: should we move to the cloud or stay on-premise?
In 2009 I went to Microsoft’s developer conference, TechEd. This was the same year that the first iPhone was released, and the mobility movement was just starting to build steam.
Ask any club manager and chances are they’ll tell you that a good chicken schnitzel does wonders for getting people through the doors. And people are willing to travel in search of the best deal.
Let me guess. You’re either considering Dynamics GP 2016 as an ERP platform and want to know how much it costs. Or, you’re an existing Dynamics GP user and curious to learn if you’ll have to pay extra to upgrade to the latest version.
In business, success relies on good intelligence then good decisions. Without the right data, organisations struggle to respond to change ahead of the market. They can’t easily see what’s working, what’s not, and identify areas to improve their bottom line.
If you’re a regular SharePoint user, you’ve probably wondered if your workplace could do more to organise and manage documents in the right way. Is there a more efficient way to locate content? Are your filing conventions intuitive?