Why is Train the Trainer in Software Implementation Projects an Effective Exercise

At Stoneridge, we deploy a variety of training methods to ensure user adoption happens as early and effectively as possible. In a previous blog, I explored how Stoneridge Software uses “Conference Room Pilots” to teach, and receive feedback, during testing a solution....
Moving to the Cloud? Are You Prepared to Account for Implementation Costs Under the FASB’s New Guidance?

Moving to the Cloud? Are You Prepared to Account for Implementation Costs Under the FASB’s New Guidance?

You’ve heard about this thing called the “cloud” and have decided to take the leap from utilizing your own internal server infrastructure to that of a cloud service provider. As part of the migration, you will likely incur implementation and set up costs. How are you...
Connect with Stoneridge Software at Dynamic Communities User Group Summit 2019

Connect with Stoneridge Software at Dynamic Communities User Group Summit 2019

The Stoneridge Software team is looking forward to connecting with you at Dynamic Communities User Group Summit 2019! Make sure to join our team at Booth #219, ask our experts a question and we’ll treat you to Starbucks! Check out our consultant booth times below or...
Why Conference Room Pilots are an Important Step in Your Software Implementation

Why Conference Room Pilots are an Important Step in Your Software Implementation

What is a Conference Room Pilot during a software implementation? Conference Room Pilots (CRP) come towards the end of the Create Phase in the Stoneridge Proven Process after multiple Joint Process Designs, where we continually gather requirements and present...
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