We nurture you through change with our OneMotion System™.
We don't solve technology problems.
We solve business problems with technology.
So many technology companies are too focused on the tech. This is why we take a Business First, Technology Second approach. Software is meant to drive the business, not the other way around. Our approach ensures that you end up with the right software decision every time.
Taking your people through technology change can be very difficult. Staff want to be heard and kept informed. We focus on the key factors that help staff to buy-in and adopt the software.
We look at the whole picture – your business strategy, your people, your culture, your processes, as well as the software landscape before making any recommendations.
Simplify the Complex
Our mission is to simplify software for our clients. We do this by speaking in plain language, avoiding acronyms and explaining the details in a way that makes sense.
Meet The OneMotion System™.
Our approach to technology implementation.
How often have you experienced a smooth and successful software implementation? Sadly, implementations often result in a luke-warm uptake or worse, a complete failure.
Change that trend! Following the four steps of The OneMotion System™ will ensure you choose and implement software in a way that your team will actually use it.
The Discovery component is focused on ensuring your company is matching the right product to your unique culture and business.
2. Get Ready
The Readying component is about laying the groundwork for an effective implementation. It involves ensuring the people, processes and current technologies are aligned and prepared to move into the future state.
Take a moment to consider how much money is lost by companies that fail in their implementation of technology. The OneMotion approach ensures your company gets the most of its technology investment by maximizing uptake and use of functionality, and then making it stick.
We assist you in tracking key adoption metrics, evaluating the effectiveness of implementation tactics and engaging in the people change needed to make using the technology become simply part of your business culture.