Thinking about moving to a SaaS solution?

Here are 5 People-Related Lessons Leaders Need to Consider

One of the key value propositions of moving applications and workloads to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions is that it is quicker and more straightforward to implement when compared to on-premise implementations.

SaaS is a valuable and disruptive technology that often results in re-designing business processes, revisiting organizational policies, and re-imagining employee’s work and roles. All things that require people to “do something differently” than they do it today.

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White Papers

Decision Point: What Will Your Cloud Strategy Be?

Most hospitals and health systems are operating finance, human resources, and supply chain systems that are nearing 20 years old if not older. With legacy applications patched together as is typical in most health systems, leaders recognize the difficulty in...

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Case Studies

Streamlined ERP System Selection for LCMC Health

LCMC Health was running multiple, disconnected instances of its legacy on-premise ERP system across five hospitals, plus a newly acquired hospital on an entirely different system. Limited visibility across the health system and gaps in functionality led to a patchwork...

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WEBINARS

Preparing for Enterprise Project Success

Preparing for an enterprise project can be demanding. Hear from innovative leaders about their Workday selection and deployment path, along with careful considerations they took while investing significant taxpayers’ dollars in a digital transformation that impacts all levels of an...

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Visualize Public Data, Drive Business Decisions

Tableau’s ability to connect to a wide range of ETL tools and multi-connection data sources provides the ability to automate and visualize public-facing data to drive key business strategy decisions. Watch this session to learn how public-facing data can be...

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Here are 5 People-Related Lessons Leaders Need to Consider

One of the key value propositions of moving applications and workloads to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions is that it is quicker and more straightforward to implement when compared to on-premise implementations.

SaaS is a valuable and disruptive technology that often results in re-designing business processes, revisiting organizational policies, and re-imagining employee’s work and roles. All things that require people to “do something differently” than they do it today.