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A regional healthcare provider needed to replace its existing financial, supply chain, human resources, and payroll legacy applications with a new, integrated cloud-based solution to increase financial efficiency and decrease support costs. They chose Infor’s CloudSuite Healthcare solution, and Infor partnered with GP Strategies® to provide an end user adoption strategy and solution.
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A leading provider of offshore drilling services needed to replace their existing maintenance and inventory systems with Infor’s Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system, a vital software system for operating and maintaining their rigs and assets.
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GP Strategies led an upgrade and migration from the legacy on-premise Plateau/SuccessFactors LMS to the SAP NS2 Cloud Intelligent Enterprise for the 65,000 active users within the parent and respective agencies.
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Mountain West Farm Bureau Insurance (MWFBI) upgraded its primary software structure to the latest Guidewire application, including the PolicyCenter, BillingCenter, ClaimCenter, and Digital modules. Along with Guidewire, they also implemented the OneInc and Smart Communications applications to support the Guidewire implementation.
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GP Strategies was the selected partner based on the highly accredited consulting team and agile project approach. Working across so many countries demanded strong project governance and technical skills with local country payroll expertise and knowledge.
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After seeing a big decline in employee engagement over several years, a large global chemical distributor decided to partner with GP Strategies to enhance and migrate their Employee Engagement Survey to Qualtrics. The goal was to design a more engaging experience for our client’s employees and, in turn, improve survey results. Not only was the lift-and-shift migration of the experience management system successful, but the participation rate among the workforce was greatly improved.