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Venga Global Publishes Informative Guide to Help Companies Successfully Prepare Training for Global HRIS Implementations

The Translation Services Leader Offers an Easy-to-Follow 12 Step Guide for End-User Training and Translation for Global HRIS Rollouts

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Venga Global, a world leader in translation services, today announced it is launching a guide to educate trainers and consultants on what a well-planned, well-executed training program for global HRIS implementation should look like. The guide, Preparing Training for Global HRIS Implementation, is available as a free download at http://hub.am/1kGWh19.

Many global HRIS software deployments encounter additional costs and time or end up without effective adoption when translation of training materials is not planned or executed meticulously. Globalization expertise and planning are essential for successful global HRIS adoption. Venga Global's new 12-step guide helps professional HR system implementation consultants and trainers understand the core steps to take and best practices for developing training for global implementation of HRIS systems. Each step focuses on ensuring professionals are prepared for introducing and executing effective end-user training for global HRIS implementations. This includes how to:

  • Successfully plan training programs for global HRIS implementations
  • Prepare training materials for translation to help cut timelines and cost
  • Ensure your HRIS implementation is successfully adopted across the globe

"This guide allows prospective consultants and training managers to understand with more clarity what to expect in the international planning and global implementation of HRIS software and systems," says Kare Lindahl, CEO of Venga Global, "This is important because improper planning for translation of end-user training, portals and other roll-out material can often delay global HRIS project deadlines and add additional cost if not properly organized. Poor translation planning can result in an incomplete offering of translated material, which often times means end-users are more resistant to adopt the new HRIS system."

To download Preparing Training for Global HRIS Implementation, visit http://hub.am/1kGWh19.

About Venga Global

Venga has the experience and the resources to help you through all the steps to develop, translate, localize, rollout, and maintain your end-user programs. Venga has 20+ years of experience driving globalization best practices for the dynamic software sector. Started as an in-house localization department at PeopleSoft and then Oracle, Venga has grown a global network of in-country experts. Venga draws upon its software industry expertise to enable clients to reach new markets faster. Our full range of services includes global marketing, multilingual SEO, voice over, translation planning and execution, global content creation, global subject matter expert review, website and software localization, multilingual eLearning and training localization, streamlined CMS integrations, quality assurance technology solutions and other related value-added services. For additional information about Venga's support options to help you streamline your global content efforts, visit the company's website at http://www.vengaglobal.com.

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