Adopting enterprise-wide software is a critical time for a company. Purchasing the most effective package on the market and fully leveraging the potential of the software are separate challenges. Smooth implementation goes beyond IT requirements. It requires thought out change management and empowerment of employees.
Proving compliance to well defined and explicitly stated regulations sounds simple–follow the rules, right? Yet, like many things in life, it’s much easier said than done. In practice things get messy, the world moves quickly, and in the run of a day thinking about documentation to prove regulatory compliance can slip down the priority list.
Hiring new employees is a challenge in any setting. The story often goes like this–put out a job posting, receive resumes and applications, sort and short list candidates, interview, offer, hire. If you’ve chosen the right person or group of people you will likely know it within the first few months–this is the on-boarding process.
Innovatia’s approach to solving documentation problems is characterized by strategic planning, proven methodology, collaborative stakeholder engagement, and a constant focus on the end user’s experience. The value of this tried and true approach to solving documentation challenges was on display during a recent project with an industry-leading sustainable energy company.
Seasonally impacted businesses experience unique challenges in resourcing business units at certain times of the year. Re-configuring teams and hiring new employees to bolster a team at busy times presents training challenges that can immediately impact customer support and satisfaction and, in the long run, impede operational efficiency.
It’s time for another product launch at one of the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturers and it seems these happen almost daily. A product launch is an exciting time but it also comes with a host of challenges.