At Fivel, we use the words "User Adoption" to describe what it means to get your employees on board and fully using new technology or corporate processes.
But why is User Adoption important in the first place? Now, more than ever, you need to get the full ROI on your technology solutions and corporate processes as soon as possible. Here's why:
A changing world for CIO's.
It took 100 years for the society to adopt electricity. It took only 5 years for it to adopt mobile phones.
Technology is changing at an alarming rate. Companies are also deploying technology in every aspect of their business. In fact, it is hard to think of a function today that doesn't rely on a software or technology platform to perform a task.
CIO's are on the front line of these changes. In the past, IT departments were looked on to install and maintain a company's infrastructure. Today, CIO's are subject to an increasing demand to take some responsible for end user adoption and ongoing use.
What do these changes mean for the CIO? What do they changes mean to employees and your business?
The problem with change..
Information Technology is not only about delivering and supporting systems. It must create impact and contribute to company growth. With the accelerating speed of change and ever increasing volume of changes, CIO’s and Line-of-Business Owners must find new ways to cope.
An important step in any change is how quickly employees absorb and embrace change. One step in reducing barriers is to translate company benefits into benefits for employees. Additionally, using a frictionless, engaging learning process that matches the speed of change will further reduce barriers and promote faster results.
Stop Wasting Time.
Make sure your company is always innovative or competitive. It is a tough job that requires constant change and agility. Adapting your company culture is a significant contributor. While culture flows from the top, it flourishes when your processes align.
Fivel’s solution is designed to fit with your objectives and contribute to a culture where innovation, agility and competitive leadership matters.