Throughout each stage of a Salud, (and any enterprise software) implementation, change management is critical. Clear and inclusive communication is the main attribute we encourage during a Salud implementation.
- Strong communication and involvement of the right people throughout is necessary.
- Communication to the wider audience towards going live. Examples include messages from the Dean or senior management and posters to represent the change.
- Communication peer-to-peer ensures there is an open door of inclusivity to create forward thinking.
Here is an image of a staff lunchroom at CUDSH, where the team have displayed a countdown timer in an effort to ensure everyone is aware of the upcoming change.
This is just one example of wider communication during implementation at CUDSH.
Salud Implementation & Experience
We have vast experience in working with customers in the planning and implementation of our Dental Management Solutions.
Our implementation team has built up invaluable experience ranging across many different sizes and types of Dental Universities in many parts of the world, varying from large Dental Universities to new builds and outreach locations.
The successful implementation of Salud involves experience and process.
At a glance, here’s how our process works:
1- Business Analysis
We begin with an objective to fully understand your workflows, your pains and most importantly, your vision. We complete onsite and remote sessions with your key people.
2- System Configuration
Our specialists configure Salud to adapt the workflows and incorporate integrations to the other systems in use. You will then test and provide feedback.
3- Data Migration
If you wish to take data from another out-going system, our data migration experts will work with you to decide what to bring and ensure a seamless migration.
Our specialised training team offer various levels of role-based training for all users. We can complete training onsite, online or a combination of both.
5- Go live
We offer onsite Salud expert support for the initial days of go-live to ensure a smooth transition and adoption.