We hope you find them useful; don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
Change Can Involve Fear
Although not as huge a hurdle as perhaps 10 or 20 years ago, thanks to the rapidly moving environment of technological innovation and software updates that any computer user is now used to, enacting any changes to procedures, processes, software, and “how we do things” will inevitably involve a bit of fear.
Human beings are always reluctant to change: we get comfortable in how we do things during our days, how things are organized and, even when we realize that it’s not the most efficient way, perhaps, it’s still the easiest for us, because that’s how we’ve always done it.
Communication is Key
No doubt potential pitfalls and employee concerns may arise and will seem overwhelming without proper support from both inside the company and from external help. The consulting that we provide is unique to your circumstances, follows the conversion process from start to finish, and helps to transform potential obstacles into opportunities. We can help you talk with your staff about the best ways to accomplish company goals, and provide experienced, objective guidance on solutions for improving your key metrics.
This brings us back to the lead quote, which highlights the importance of including the entire staff in the process as much as possible and the need to demonstrate how the implementation will ultimately benefit not only the company, but all employees involved. This mindset will help make the sometimes slow process of learning new procedures more bearable. Yes, changing software and business procedures includes stress, but with some patience, assistance, and your goal firmly in mind, you can overcome the perfectly normal fear factor involved in a new software implementation.
Let us help you find the perfect business management solution for your distributing or manufacturing business. Call us at (440) 498-9920 today.