Digital Transformation

Guides to get you through

Making your digital transformation a success

There's a lot of talk about what it takes to make your software implementation a success. In truth, it's never just one thing, but a mix of factors including solutions, outcomes, budgets, processes, timing, partnerships, and methodologies. And people. We've put together these guides to help you make your implementation a success.

Establishing a Project Team

Practical guide for establishing an effective Project Team

Great implementations are led by effective teams who work collaboratively towards common goals. In software implementations, the best results come when the vendor and customer teams work as one team.

This guide is designed to assist you with understanding the roles and skills needed from your
organisation to put together an effective team, and to structure their roles and responsibilities from the outset.

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Organisational Change Management (OCM)

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Practical guide to Organisational Change Management

Most system implementations are of a size and budget that don’t warrant engaging a barrage of experts to run an Organisational Change Management (OCM) process, but that doesn’t lessen the importance of executing a good OCM plan.

If you are responsible for project success in your organisation then this information is for you. This guide is intended to provide you with an overview of Organisational Change Management, its importance in your project success, and some practical steps you can take in your business to support your implementation’s success.

Project Initiation

What to expect when your project starts

When the decision has been made to purchase new business software, and contracts are all signed, it is natural to want to get your hands onto the software as quickly as possible. But before you do that, remember the adage, ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’.

Project Initiation is all about setting the project up for success, and minimising issues that could
derail the project later on.

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