Other key points to consider when implementing any technology solution are:
Understanding the problem and what you are trying to fix
It’s important the technology aligns with your long term goals, rather than just fixing short-term issues. By mapping out challenges and problems you’re facing, you’ll have a better understanding of what you need. Be sure to speak with your team to understand their frustrations and goals also!
Do your research
Be sure to visit review sites such as Capterra and G2 to get a clear understanding of the different technologies out there. It’s also really important to thoroughly investigate a potential technology vendors website, while exploring their resource centre in depth.
Book in a discovery call with potential vendors
Discovery calls are a great way to understand more about the technology you’re considering, and to understand how potential vendors can work with you to achieve your goals. You can book a discovery call with us here.
Be open to the process
You’ll never learn if you don’t listen. By being open to demos, conversations, and reading material, you’ll be able to find the technology that best suits your needs.
Listen to your peers
We trust our peers more than anyone. That’s why it’s so important you include them in your decision making process. Reach out to them and ask them about their personal experience, or be sure to check out organisations case studies to get an understanding of their experiences.
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