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Managing complex change across an organisation can be exactly that – complex! There are so many different components to consider and a few parts tend to get overlooked. We know this because we’ve seen it firsthand.
We’ll be the first to admit that we get excited at the chance to dive deep into a business to take a look at the systems, processes and technologies that drive the day-to-day operations. It’s because we often find so much lurking below the surface that an insider simply can’t pick up on.
We have a unique talent in helping businesses create smart ways of doing things. We’ll help you clean up your systems and advise you on the best tools and technologies to drive your business forward.
The Bookwiz team know that successfully getting up to speed with technology and digital trends often involves requires many moving parts, but two are particularly important – people and planning. Without your team on board, this transformation process will not work. That’s where Bookwiz comes in.
Our digital transformation service starts by getting a solid plan together that addresses employees, training and everything in between. This plan is created once we conduct an initial assessment of your current systems. We’ll then make our recommendations, plan, document and implement the change…it’s as easy as that!
One key component of our comprehensive package is to help you move from desktop payroll and accounting solutions to the cloud (online). Our team are MYOB, Xero and Tanda experts and can help you integrate your POS systems, online webstores, implement ERP systems and more.
We don’t just switch your systems and leave you in the deep end, we’re a very hands on team who love to help. We’ll develop document training manuals and deliver the training as well as work with any third parties involved.
If you want to move your business forward, talk to Bookwiz. Our team are very experienced in helping businesses on their digital transformation journey and have even worked on large projects for local government.