Life After Launch
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June 9, 2020
Texas Society of Association Executives
So, you’ve completed your organization’s AMS implementation. You’ve invested your time, energy and moohlah! You’ve poured hundreds of hours into the project, consumed countless cups of coffee, eaten too much pizza and celebrated with cake!
You’re all done, right?
No! “Go-live” is really just the beginning. Organizations need to approach “life after launch” with the same thoughtfulness as the implementation process. Don’t get us wrong,“go-live” is a mega-milestone that should celebrated, but it’s important to know what to expect and have a plan for the first 12 -24 months after launch. Properly planning and managing expectation for “life after launch” will pay huge dividends for gaining user adoption and lasting confidence for the new software.
- Tactics for setting organizations expectations after launch
- Steps to take during the implementation to ensure long term success
- The post launch processes that are essential for long term success
- Ideas to keep staff engaged
- How to ensure the end-user experience (member, donor, certificate, etc.) isn’t overlooked
- Frameworks that ensure your technology continues to align with your organizational strategy Expand summary
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