VisualSP is our flagship SaaS product that provides context sensitive help to users at their moment of need. The short paragraphs below explain what VisualSP is, how it works, and why it is a digital adoption tool that has become essential to modern digital workplaces.
Topics: VisualSP, VisualSP Help System, SharePoint Help, in-context help, Training, SharePoint Training, Office 365 Training, SharePoint ROI, Compliance, Onboarding, Digital Adoption, Digital Transformation, migration, Change Management
How To Build And Maintain An Effective Online Compliance Training Program
One of the hottest trends in the digital age across industries is the growing complexity of regulation. Whether the topic is online privacy, harassment, record retention, sanctions compliance, anti-trust, anti-money-laundering, or a host of other areas – organizations must continually revise policies and educate their users to understand the relevant laws and policies so they can make the right day to day business decisions.
User Learning and Effective Communication in the Workspace
VisualSP Interactive Walkthrough Explainer Video
Tens of thousands of organizations that have invested in Microsoft SharePoint but most continue to face a common roadblock: how to effectively and efficiently onboard employees to SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016, or SharePoint Online, enabling to use the solution to help with there jobs but doing it with minimum friction. Adopting any SaaS technology can disrupt operations significantly, and delays in getting employees to master these new platforms can be costly in both losses of productivity and operational expenses.
In this instance, "training" means "transferring knowledge to an end-user"; and, “helping" means "guiding an end-user through steps while completing a task".
Helping works better than training because mastery is attained at work, not in classrooms. In other words, learning on the job is the superior way.
Healthcare is one of the most heavily-regulated industries around. Patient privacy is critical. In fact, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act both make it mandatory.