Abstract:Migrating to a cloud environment has a number of unique challenges, including the need to define a new set of metrics to measure employee adoption, productivity, and the overall success of the project. The metrics of measuring on-premise deployments that you were used to looking at before are not necessarily the same metrics that should be used to measure your cloud environment success.When working in a cloud environment, employees can interact with applications in new ways. An understanding of what to measure, why, and how is crucial in presenting a compelling ROI for the business. In this webinar, we will explore some of the common metrics used, discuss how they change when moving to an environment, and introduce some new metrics for measuring employee adoption, productivity, and overall success of a cloud migration project.Learning Objectives:In this webinar, you will learn several key ways your company can leverage Knoa User Experience Management (UEM) to enable successful migration to Oracle Cloud in support of your transformation goals. We will show you how to increase the efficiency of business operations (processes, transactions, workflows, etc.), reducing user and system errors as well as an improved turnaround in help desk response and overall User Experience (both Employees and Customers).Educational Tracks:#CloudMigration, #CloudERP, #CloudHCM, #CloudSCMPresented by:@Erik Figueredo, Knoa Software - Managing Director, Global Sales Operations
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