With the arrival of cloud solutions, and with the improvement of usability techniques, B2B SaaS (Software as a Service) has become more intuitive attempts to resolve this issue.
Unfortunately, to date, few have succeeded. Perhaps this is the case of Whatsapp, Youtube, even so these software have a reasonable amount of functionalities that are unknown by most of its users.
The answer is perhaps not so obvious. But it is possible that it passes through here. All software aims to change the way something is done. This often implies changing habits, changing processes, disrupting silos of power, and ultimately changing the culture of an organization.
To deal with these challenges, it is essential that a good implementation involves qualified professionals, among them Project Managers, Business Analysts and Product Specialists.
These, organized into teams, today called “squads”, are responsible for selecting, funding, configuring, integrating, training and putting a B2B SaaS solution into production.
Some companies choose to have their own teams, many do not, either because of strategy or because there is no recurring demand.
Some companies choose to have their own teams, many do not, either because of strategy or because there is no recurring demand. Siena Company puts teams and professionals at your disposal so that you are successful in your corporate software implementation.
Hiring an implementation team for a complete implementation journey (from selection to production).
One or more activities
Hiring one or more activities of an implementation journey.
Hiring a professional for one or more activities of an implementation journey.
There is no greater waste than answering the wrong questions correctly.
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- 1. Selection
- 2. Costing
- 3. Acquisition
- 4. Integration
- 5. Customer support team training
- 6. User training
- 7. Functional Tests
- 8. Initial monitoring in production