Software

May 7, 2020

Covid-19 Illustrates the need for Digital Transformation

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It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has had a massive impact on businesses of all kinds. Companies around the world are challenged to maintain day-to-day processes without the luxury of face-to-face interaction. Despite this challenge, businesses still need to deliver results to their customers. While many people have resorted to using video technology such as Zoom […]

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January 29, 2020

Would Your Business Benefit from Custom Software?

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Many businesses today leverage software to boost efficiency, reduce the cost of operations, and comply with regulatory requirements. You can either choose off-the-shelf software that offers stock features for every business or custom software that is adaptable to specific business requirements. While packaged software remains popular, here are some reasons to go against the tide […]

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January 17, 2020

How Emergent Workflows Can Slow Down a System

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Defining Emergent Workflows Workflows In general, ideal business software operates solely under the conditions and functions for which it was designed. Emergent workflows occur when elements of a business software develop independently of and in conflict with its initial, intentional design. These developments often slow down entire workflow systems, creating inefficient processes that can hurt […]

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December 18, 2019

Old Habits Die Hard

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As part of our Digital + Personal Transformation (DxPx) series, we’re showcasing parallels between transformation in our digital and personal lives. We’re analyzing patterns in both software development and personal growth to learn and share how we can become better professionals and people In our previous post, we explored the difference between monolithic and iterative rollouts, […]

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October 30, 2019

Three Tips for Using the “Train the Trainer” Method to Implement New Company Software

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Rolling out new software can be a complex process that consumes inordinate amounts of time, financial resources, and labor. Using the “Train the Trainer” method, you can streamline the process, minimize loss, and roll out a new system more smoothly. Here are a few tips for applying Train the Trainer to your implementation program. Aim […]

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