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Technology Implementation and Adoption

Strategies that optimise performance

As industries, markets, and the workforce all continue to change at unprecedented rates, organisations grow more dependent upon digital technologies to compete in today’s global markets.  Yet, without a coherent technology adoption strategy, the implementation of Human Capital Management (HCM) and Human Experience Management (HXM) technologies, workforce management applications, and cloud-based solutions can cause more problems than they solve.

Few aspects of the modern business environment present more challenges than the adoption of technology. These include:

  • Lack of clear or integrated technology goals
  • Steep learning curves for IT personnel and technology end-users
  • The high cost of hardware, software, security and training
  • Lengthy implementation processes that delay critical learning
  • Selecting the wrong technology for the problem
  • Poor integration between technologies that need to work together
  • Keeping pace with obsolescent and emerging technologies
  • Insufficient support from technology vendors
  • Lack of post-go-live support

When technology implementation and adoption go well, they can produce significant cost reductions, improved productivity, a more engaged workforce, superior business results, and a healthy return on investment for your technology spend.

The question is:how do you get from point A – constantly struggling to make the technology work – to point B – the seamless implementation and adoption of technology in all areas of the business?

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Your technology transformation partner

For more than 50 years, we have immersed ourselves in manufacturing and production industries, working closely with federal, domestic and multinational clients and their workforce, supply chains, and distribution channels around the world. Few can match our breadth of know-how and depth of engagement. In the process, we have gained the experience and expertise needed to assist technology-driven enterprises in solving problems today while preparing them for the future.

Our proven technology adoption frameworks combined with our implementation and user support services help organisations leverage new technologies across the board to deliver critical business outcomes.

The best run businesses are those that focus on utilising their technology to support their people, not the other way around. From technology implementation strategies to user adoption best practices, our experts provide guidance and thought leadership in our quarterly newsletter, Success Matters.

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Our Solutions

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Enterprise Technology Adoption Solutions

Whether embarking on a new IT implementation, upgrading your systems, or rolling out technology to reach new employee communities, your end user solutions should focus on workforce performance. Only then can you ensure success through all phases of the implementation project lifecycle.

We are committed to providing the change management and learning experiences your organisation needs to harness the power of 21st century workplace technologies and achieve your business goals.

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Human Capital Management Services

The best-run companies keep people at the centre of the Human Capital Management (HCM) experience. Using proven Human Capital Management (HCM) and Human Experience Management (HXM) technologies, we help you manage your people, their data and their development while ensuring a modern and seamless experience.

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Learning Experience Platforms

Leveraging our deep experience in organisational learning, we turn targeted eLearning elements into journey-based learning experiences delivered by curation- and programme-based experience platforms.

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Case Studies

Explore our real-world client success stories

Business Impact
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Lundbeck’s “Big Bang” Implementation Approach for SuccessFactors Drives Global Growth and Performance

Lundbeck stakeholders chose SuccessFactors as their central HR platform, requiring a full suite implementation and migration from their collection of legacy tools.
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Business Impact
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Grundfos Achieves Success With a Global Go-Live of SuccessFactorsEmployee Central

Grundfos, a Danish pump manufacturer, engaged GP Strategies in 2019 to implement SuccessFactors Employee Central (EC) to replace their legacy SAP human capital management (HCM) On-Premises.
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Successful Organisational Change Management With a Major Beverage Distributor

An American coffee and beverage leader was implementing SuccessFactors Learning as a common platform across North America. This initiative required a comprehensive plan that included engaging and communicating with stakeholders in Canada and the United States throughout the project timeline.
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Business Impact
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Achieving a Successful Dual Learning Management System Migration During a Company Reorganisation

In a decision to shift their core business to a singular focus on aircraft manufacturing, a GP Strategies® client needed to divest, or spin off, two of their subsidiaries. This prompted the need to provide the two subsidiaries with their own human capital management solutions, including individual learning management systems.
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There has been a huge acceptance and interest from our top management regarding the implementation of SuccessFactors which runs through the whole organisation and creates a feeling of ownership. “We are really privileged that we have a CEO who is dedicated to using the new system to drive her own processes forward e.g. performance evaluation on direct reports.”

– Ditte Lindboe, Senior Director of People Processes and Operations at Lundbeck