“Demystifying Cloud Implementation” – 5 Key Lessons to Feed Every Business Systems Implementation
Having been in the HR and payroll technology world since 2001, I have developed certain views on what characteristics make a good technology project and what the key pitfalls usually are. In more recent years, my views have sharpened somewhat as we’ve started to see a stark increase in the rate of change, as well as many more projects that are seen as ‘quick and easy’, largely accredited to the advent of Cloud technologies and vendors who have an ‘out of the box’ product that can simply be ‘switched on’. Unfortunately I have also seen the fall-out from this optimistic view and have spoken to many organisations who have been unpicking poor decisions for many years post-implementation.
In our next HRCubed Whitepaper on technology change, I will shine a spotlight on the 5 critical aspects of every good technology project. Whether you are running a global “Tier 1” systems implementation (think Oracle, SAP or Workday), a major Cloud implementation or a much smaller project, these 5 key lessons will give you the tools to really focus on the things that will affect your outcomes. Equally practical if you are just starting to think about a project or if you are “mid-flight”, they may also help you to pinpoint where the gaps are if you have completed an implementation but didn’t quite achieve the outcomes you were expecting.
At HRCubed our HR systems advice is impartial and completely technology agnostic – we have worked in, with and around UK and international technology vendors of all shapes and sizes and are happy to say that we have working relationships with lots of them, but affiliation with none. This allows us to guide you through business case development, the tender process, vendor management, and all the way to achievement of project outcomes, without a biased view of where you need to get to.
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