Simple answer is Business Application training, but it’s not as easy as it seems. The metaphor of course, refers to migrating your IT infrastructure from legacy business applications to new age technologies. These cutting-edge tools and technologies promise and deliver more often than not, improved processes and productivity. The challenge however is to manage the transition from legacy systems to new technologies. If the transition is not managed well, it may be counterproductive and lead to loss of efficiency. What’s more important is training your employees to get up to speed with the new tools.
wo decades ago, the waterfall approach was the most widely practiced project management approach. Today, it is Agile everywhere.
Also, business applications, two decades ago, ran via Client-servers. Today, they run on cloud servers in the form of web and mobile apps. Business application software has become a consumer product.
As you can see, the last two decades have turned business application development on its head. We can hardly recognize it with what it used to be a decade ago. Most businesses today run on legacy systems that are not at par with modern-day requirements.
At the same time, there is also a massive influx of new technologies capable of replacing legacy systems. They are faster, smarter, and require users to spend less time on repetitive tasks. Thus, businesses keen on growth must migrate to these modern-day systems to ramp up their operations.
As the world of business application development keeps evolving, businesses will have to train their employees to become well-versed at using these applications. That calls for timely and effective business application training. But new business application training comes at a cost. If not planned and executed properly, it can negatively impact your business productivity.
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