TADA Makes Implementation Easy
New enterprise software can be challenging to implement.
Nearly 2 out of 3 software projects fail to finish on time and on budget. What's more frightening is that 3 out of 4 business and IT executives think their software projects are doomed to failure.
We recognize the frustration caused by expensive, lingering software implementations. That's why, in this article, we offer several pieces of advice.
One of them is to define expectations.
If you communicate the benefits of TADA to leadership and other stakeholders, they are more likely to understand how TADA can align with core business objectives.
For five more tips how to easily implement TADA, read this post.
- Most software projects finish after the deadline and run over budget.
- Defining expectations will give stakeholders the ability to align TADA with core business objectives.
- Follow our advice to help make your software implementation easier.
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Cut Down on Onboarding Time with TADA
Now That You've Got It, Use It
A recent survey revealed that only about 6 out of 10 software implementations are completed within their original timeframe.
Regardless of when your rollout finishes, your employees must learn how to use it. That's where onboarding comes in.
One training expert says that you're ahead of the curve if you're considering how to train your employees on your new software.
Onboarding helps employees in three ways: to increase their satisfaction of the software, to perform better with the software, and to provide support for successful technology adoption.
One way to reduce onboarding time for your employees is to communicate why the software was originally purchased. In the previous section on implementation, we talked about getting stakeholders to understand the pain points TADA can solve. One of the next steps is for leadership to explain TADA's benefits to employees so they can better understand why they'll be learning a new tool.
Keep reading to find out three more ways that TADA cuts down on onboarding time.
- Businesses occasionally introduce employees to new software.
- Onboarding helps your employees understand new software better.
- TADA reduces time to train new employees on software with proper planning.
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TADA Gets Your Business Up and Running
Analytics Software Made Easy
Enterprise software faces several common issues that make implementation difficult.
These include sticking to the schedule, mitigating schedule overrun culprits, and planning for issues that come up during the rollout.
Let's take a more detailed look at how some of these issues can be mitigated.
A recent survey found that data quality presents the most problems for software users.
This is a non-issue with TADA.
TADA connects your organization's disparate data sources together. Each source may have its own data structure or language. TADA processes these sources and returns clean, uniform data. This helps reduce the learning curve of TADA, allowing you to get to more quickly increase visibility into your business.
To find out more about why sticking to your schedule is important, and what causes schedules to run over, read this post.
- Enterprise software implementations face a barrage of challenges.
- Data quality is the top problem that users face.
- TADA's digital duplicate solves the issue of clunky, unusable data.
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TADA Makes Learning Business Analytics Software a Breeze
Set Your Goals
The success of learning TADA hinges on the goals you set for it.
That's why we recommend setting SMART goals.
SMART is an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
With these criteria, learning TADA will be a breeze.
For instance, measuring how you're doing is critical to achieving your goal. We suggest picking a few key performance indicators. Your data analyst can then assess those KPIs and help you see your progress. Whether it's a sole analyst or a team, this role can help you manage data collection and provide context for that data. As a result, you'll be able to drive crucial business decisions.
According to a 2017 report, about two-thirds of enterprise software users realized more than half of the benefits they expected.
Tracking and setting goals will help you achieve the many benefits of TADA.
See examples of other factors that are a part of SMART goals by reading this article.
- Set SMART goals to make learning TADA a breeze.
- SMART goals are designed to help you achieve results.
- Failing to set goals reduces your likelihood of seeing benefits.
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TADA Offers Top Notch Support for Onboarding
Training Issues A Top Concern
Imagine investing in a new business intelligence software, and the account executive just bolts with the money.
Thankfully, that's a worst-case scenario.
A more valid concern is whether your team will have the proper training and support once you've executed your purchase decision.
The top issue in BI is a lack of interest from business users, according to the 2017 BI Survey.
This disinterest is fueled by culture shock, measurement, or whether the BI tool will impact success and performance.
These factors may be influenced by training. By supporting your efforts as you begin your journey with TADA, we're confident you'll see results.
We encourage appointing a project champion to make the learning curve more gradual.
Learn more in this article about proper training and support, and get the support you need for successful business intelligence software with TADA.
- Business intelligence software faces steep challenges from users who aren't interested.
- Training and support is crucial for new business intelligence software.
- We suggest choosing a project champion.