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BlogTrain the trainer: the best training method for ERP software

22/04/2016 - Alex Bouwmeester

There are many ways of learning how to use new software. Which training method you choose is based on the complexity of the software, the effectiveness of the method and perhaps the costs. Classroom tutorials, training in small groups, self-study, online training; there are numerous options. But does it concern training in the use of a new ERP system? Then one training method is sacred: the 'Train the trainer' concept. What does 'Train the trainer' mean? The Train the Trainer concept means that a select number of your employees will be trained as an internal trainer. These trainers instruct and guide all other people in the use of the software. With a new ERP system a number of so-called ‘key users’ is trained...

Which rights in the ERP system do I assign to my people?

15/04/2016 - Hems van Heek

An ERP system is used to support a variety of business processes. It is used by various departments and therefore provides a wealth of information and opportunities. But you do not want every user in the system to have the same rights. Think for instance about placing orders or paying invoices. But...

4 Reasons why to start with a Customer Portal today

08/04/2016 - Philip van Kemenade

A Customer Portal is an online environment where you can share and exchange information with your customers. Think of contracts, agreements, instructions, invoices, FAQs, news, etc. A Customer Portal is pleasant for your customers, but it provides your organization some important benefits as...

Prevent ERP implementation failure!

01/04/2016 - Peter Gerhardt

The implementation of a new ERP system is not easy. A decent product that suits your business, a vendor who knows the industry you are in, a good project approach; those are all things you need. But once you have made your decision, the implementation will follow shortly. And that is even much more...

Algorithms change our future

25/03/2016 - Joan Gaastra

The digitization of society rapidly generates more data. Around 2020, one million new devices will come online every hour, creating billions of new interconnections and relationships, and producing more and more data. The rise of social media and the fact that it becomes easier and more common to...

4 Tips for learning new software quickly

18/03/2016 - Philip van Kemenade

A new software program requires time and effort from the user to learn it and to start working with it. These tips will help you to shorten your learning curve: 1. Don’t be passive, take action! We retain …. 20% of information if we just hear it 50% if we hear and see it 70% if we say it 90% if we say and do it That means attending a software demo, watching an instructional video or reading a manual will only help you a little. These are the first steps to take, but then you have to really come to action. Say what you want to accomplish with the software and start doing it! 2. Exercise with practical examples and data Make sure that the exercises in the software are appealing to you. The subjects of the practice...


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