The Step-by-Step Guide to Choosing the Right LMS
January 9, 2020

Choosing an LMS can be a complex process. However, having a structured decisional framework makes all the difference. Our step-by-step guide will breakdown everything you need to know to find the perfect LMS.

5 Signs You Need a New Learning Management System

Deciding whether it is time to invest in a new LMS can be tough – especially in today’s economic environment. This e-Book will help make the decision process a little less complicated.

SAP Compatible Unit Integration with GIS
November 20, 2019

This paper will explores building integration points between GIS and SAP during the design process of new construction work, utilizing SAP Compatible Units (CU) to establish design templates passed through the interface to GIS design software, enabling organizations to standardize construction designs and automatically generate SAP Work Orders with pre-populated material requirements and labor estimates once a design is approved and issued for construction.

5 Critical Questions to Ask when Managing the People Side of an HCM Implementation
October 25, 2019

Before starting an HCM implementation project ask yourself 5 important questions. The insights will help you create a change management plan that increases the likelihood of project success.

How Core HR and Payroll Drive Positive Workforce Experiences

This IDC paper examines how organizations are leveraging their core HR and payroll systems to drive positive workforce experiences.

Core HR and Payroll Checklist

Do your current core HR and payroll systems contribute to creating a fulfilling employee experience that engages, motivates, and inspires trust? Here are 10 key questions to ask yourself.

Improving Efficiency in SAP by Simplifying the User Experience
October 23, 2019

Companies using the SAP suite of products may not be seeing the full benefits from the range of features purchased. Much of this has to do with systems that weren’t designed for different end users of varying skill levels who need to complete a variety of tasks throughout the day. Indifference, confusion and frustration cause hundreds of hours’ worth of wasted time and only further nurture the unproductive work environment. Through high-level User Experience projects, companies can easily reverse this inefficiency. A customized project plan can be developed through the help of a User Experience system analysis that not only simplifies processes for employees, but also allows companies to optimize their operation. These solutions maintain data integrity across departments and can even completely eliminate the need for system training. The intuitive interface can remain consistent across every device for higher user adaptation, ultimately bringing more money to the bottom line.

Technical Components of a Multi-Language Implementation
October 22, 2019

In this paper we cover the various ways your technical team can localize the SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding module to improve the onboarding experience for new employees.

How to Choose the Right LMS for Healthcare
October 21, 2019

This white paper is your step-by-step guide to selecting a professional LMS solution that helps you maintain quality care and foster a culture of learning.

PM: How Far Do You Want To Go
October 19, 2019

Vibration analysis is used to detect wear in rotating equipment. Thermography is used to detect loose connections or hot spots in electrical equipment. And oil analysis has at least two uses — to determine the condition of a lubricant and to examine the wear particles contained in the lubricant to determine the wear rate of the components in the system. When used to determine the relative condition of the equipment being lubricated, it is often referred to as “wear-particle analysis.” In addition to these technologies, there are others such as ultrasound that can be used to isolate air leaks, steam leaks, defective fluid power components, and other problems.