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The 3 Pillars of Technology Implementation Your Company Might Be Overlooking

The 3 Pillars of Technology Implementation Your Company Might Be Overlooking

If you’re here, you probably think that your company is long overdue for a change in its core technologies. If that’s the case, then you’re undoubtedly right because new and high-quality software solutions will:

  • Increase service quality
  • Improve business processes
  • Increase efficiency
  • Maximize opportunities

Naturally, the implementation of new technologies requires time and money, and if you’re going to invest your organization’s resources, then you need to prepare for all the complexities that this undertaking always implies.

With that in mind, we have prepared this text with the three main pillars of technology implementation that companie soften overlook, yet are vital for successful implementation that will improve the growth and development of your company.

1.    Planning

Technology implementation is a daunting task, and it cannot be successfully achieved without proper planning in advance.

The key to planning is not to be hasty –any artificially set deadlines often halt the progress which creates pressure and causes problems to you, your team, as well as the business as a whole.

Planning can be done on your part, but you have to be prepared for a big part of the process to be costly, time-consuming, and stressful. All it takes here is patience, and with the help of experienced consultants who know how the technology works and how it can be implemented for your company, you’ll ensure a successful transition.

2.    Performance

The performance of the technology you’re implementing should rest in the hands of your business, not in the hands of technology vendors. Yes, the vendor is accountable for their product, but if you know what you’re getting and you know it functions, then it rests on you to make it work for your business.

More often than not, healthcare companies acquire high-quality technology, yet they fail to make it work, which leads to poor performance, and eventually, the vendor is blamed.

The vendor cannot be criticized for not knowing the goals of your business, your company’s structure, or the culture of your team. These things are your responsibility and most problems that eventually arise stem from the very fact that implementation did not go hand in hand with the specifics of your company.

It rests on your shoulders, but with the additional help from quality consultants, much of the burden can be alleviated.

3.    Purpose

Having genuine knowledge of the meaning of technology implementation into your business is more vital than most executives believe.

You can ensure that your team gets proper training, but you still need to teach them the goals of this implementation. You need to ensure that they know exactly how the successful implementation will look like and what it will do for your business.

As you take the time to ensure proper planning, you should also take the time to teach the team the reasons why this implementation is happening, how each one of them will help execute it, and what that will mean for the entire company.

This way you’ll make sure that the morale is high as each member will work with a clear purpose of their contribution to the company in mind.

Ensure Success No Matter What

All in all, you will have to make sure that you have the proper resources and advocacy for technology implementation, all the while having the three pillars of technology implementation in mind.

You should contact us at ClearCore Insights, and we’ll make it our mission to ensure the successful transformation of your company.