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As technology advances and work methods and strategies

improve, there comes a need for employers and employees to align with these changes.

Take advantage of our training expertise - we are experienced in training different roles to use the application.

Excellent onboarding and employee engagement are goals that all companies must strive for. The cost of recruiting and hiring new employees is very high, and engaged employees are more productive. According to recent studies, engaged teams are over 20% more productive.

In short, it’s critical that you develop and retain your talents.

The key is knowing how to train employees on a new application and technology such as Networcx.

your benefits

Learning. Understanding. Adopting.

Successful training and learning helps organizations attract and retain top talent, increase job satisfaction and morale, improve productivity, and generate more profit.


Assess and understand your team needs and requirements to ensure the right learning focus.


Define clear and aligned learning objectives before putting a detailed training plan in place.


Don't stop to evaluate the needs and revise your training method and material.

How we can help

Getting employees accustomed to a new application can only be achieved with the right training approach and effort. Below are four key elements that we believe are important in training employees on a new application and technology:

Work with the right trainer

Trainers need to know both the software and the daily challenges of the users themselves. An industry-specific understanding of processes additionally supports the trainer's effectiveness in a very effective way.

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Make training a priority

Make training a priority by allocating enough time and resources to ensure your training is comprehensive, effective, and well received. An engaged team will drive success, while an untrained and unmotivated team will slow down adoption and potentially cause a project to fail.


Be realistic and open

An important part of getting employees to use new technology is to demonstrate respect for their time and already-packed schedules. Communicate upfront clear deadlines for training, and outline the rollout methods you will use.

Use the required training formats

Make sure you choose the right format for the role so that employees feel comfortable with the change and they can use it in the future. Many employees also work in the field or in remote locations. So make sure you design courses that they can use in the easiest and most effective way.

An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage.
Jack Welch, former CEO General Electric

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