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If you’ve ever planned a major software upgrade or implemented a new business application, you’ll know user adoption is essential for realising return on investment. Without buy-in from users, even
In our fast-evolving world one constant remains: change. There is an unprecedented pace of change to business models in order to adapt to the ever-increasing competition and ever-changing customer demands that face them.
I seem to be disappointed more and more lately. Disappointed that dollars invested in, quality technology is being put at risk, and then going to waste.
Keeping things on track and compliant with your quality and service goals can be challenging, particularly when changes in people, processes and systems happen. People need help when change is afoot and it doesn’t have to be as dreadful as death and taxes.
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.
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.”
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.