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Benefits of Digital Training and Adoption Technology for Firstline Workers

Firstline workers are, as the name suggests, the front line employees for many large companies. They can be drivers out making deliveries, technicians in the field making repairs, hospitality staff helping customers, or workers performing any number of other firstline duties. These workers are the l...
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The Growing Skills Gap in Firstline Mobile Workforces

Organizations with large field forces today face workforce challenges they haven’t in the past. Experienced workers are retiring, there are fewer skilled workers looking for jobs, and firms are struggling to maintain essential organizational knowledge during this shift. This blog examines the growin...
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Why Digital Initiatives Fail: Poor Implementation and Support

Your firstline workers face critical challenges and you need business results. What’s the solution? In many cases, technology is an excellent remedy—but only if it’s developed and implemented correctly. In other blogs, we’ve discussed common reasons digital solutions for mobile workers fail, includi...
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Why Digital Initiatives Fail: Designing Solutions From the Boardroom

Digital solutions can solve critical challenges among firstline workforces, but these initiatives often fail. In our last blog, we discussed one reason why such initiatives fail: skipping strategic planning and diving right into development. Another common reason for failure is not getting enough in...
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Why Digital Initiatives Fail: Skipping Strategy & Planning

Digital solutions can solve critical challenges among firstline workforces, but these initiatives often fail. This is the first of a three-part series in which we discuss the reasons why. Technology should solve a specific problem, with measures of success clearly defined. When you skip this step an...
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Size Matters to Us

Venado’s customers tend to be large, multinational companies with thousands of employees. It’s not that we won’t work with smaller companies, but the problems that we aim to solve tend to exist more often at large enterprises. These companies have huge demand for mobile solutions yet struggle to str...
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Why Mobile Centers of Excellence Suck

There’s nothing wrong with the intent of having a Mobile Center of Excellence (mCOE) inside a large company. The problem is that, rather than reducing shadow IT projects, the bottleneck of the mCOE is backfiring and having the opposite effect.  Let me explain.
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