Deployment Workshops for Ceridian Dayforce®

Align Your Dayforce® Technology to Your Business

Our business workshops support your technology deployment with a detailed analysis of your business practices and learning processes. Our workshops have three primary objectives:

Establish the priorities critical to your business.

Define your current practices and processes.

Optimize your practices and processes.

We will understand your business before we propose a solution. We target our recommendations to your specific objectives and challenges.

Business Workshop

A thorough understanding of your business practices and processes is essential to adapting Dayforce® to the way your people work. We work with you to understand the internal and external forces that drive your workforce strategy, so we can see how to best leverage your technology.

We strive to understand your business before we propose a solution, and we target our recommendations to your specific objectives and challenges.

Process Workshop

Process work begins with mapping your current workflows to analyze and improve them.

Assist you in mapping the processes as they exist, including offline processes.

Learn how users in each role access the platform and do their work.

Use your process map to analyze current workflows.

Identify functionality gaps, bottlenecks, pain points, and workarounds in your existing workflows.

Recommend how you can improve processes using your workflow tools.

Map the desired future state.

This work serves as the foundation for your configuration workshop where you will apply your business rules to your technology platform.

Know more about how we help you align Dayforce® to your Business

Learn How to Manage Your LMS for the Way You Do Business

Your configuration workshop and administrator training will show you what you can do to manage your learning platform. However, what you can do differs from what you should do to improve business impact. Pixentia’s training workshop shows you how to use those tools to your best advantage.

Pixentia Technology Implementation Training Workshop

Simplify Administration

Deliver a User-Centric Experience

Increase User Engagement

Making Organizational Structures Simple

Enterprise learning management systems have tools to define your organizational structure, learner groups, and content. Those tools require knowledge of what happens behind the user interface.

Pixentia’s training team shows you how to plan your structures to make them both useful and flexible, so you can handle organizational changes as they happen. That includes:

How to gather requirements from your user groups.

Setting up your structures.

Managing structural changes.

Delivering a Useful, Engaging Experience

What is a useful, engaging experience?

As users, we want quick access to the resources we need when we need them.

As managers, we would say give us a holistic picture of each team member’s potential, development, and progress.

As administrators, we want to manage the structures and resources with an intuitive interface that doesn’t require an IT degree to operate.

Pixentia’s core purpose is to deliver on that promise. We do that by keeping the user’s needs first and enabling you to give them that useful, engaging experience.

Increasing User Engagement

Every user notification, input form, homepage, news page, and messages are opportunities to communicate with your people about the value of their contribution to your organization. They can also be opportunities for them to interact with you.

To facilitate that conversation, Pixentia’s experts will show you how to:

Structure notifications to benefit from each communication opportunity to reinforce your company culture.

Deliver personalized and targeted interactive news pages,

Display progress and achievements, so each learner knows how they are doing,

Use calendars and announcements to encourage self-development.

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Align Your Structure and Processes to your Business

HCM software vendors enable customers to adapt software platforms to their unique requirements by building in configuration options. Pixentia’s training shows you how to leverage those options to adapt your software to the way you do business.

Identifying Your Configuration Training Audience

The first task for your team is to ensure that the right people receive configuration training. Many of the decisions you make will be essential for the success of your operations. Inviting the right people into your workshop will enable you to get valuable input from the people who do the work.

At a minimum, the following roles should receive training, but your operations may require others to attend.

Your project sponsor, business managers, and project managers, who will make decisions about which functions to enable and how to use them.

System administrators, who will need to learn how to manage day-to-day operations and system updates.

HR functional staff who will do much of their daily work in the software platform.

Configuration Scope

In the workshop, we review the configuration options with you, answer your questions, and make recommendations based on your business requirements.

Your implementation agreement and Statement of Work determine the services we can provide in your implementation agreement. Your Pixentia team will work with you to ensure that the scope of work is right for your business needs.

Configuration Process

Configurations vary, but the following information will give you a general overview of the process.

During your workshop, we provide a workbook for you to document your configuration decisions. That workbook becomes the guiding document for setting the configuration options in your software platform.

Depending on your implementation contract and Statement of Work, the configuration may happen in one of three ways:

You complete the configuration with our support.

Your SMEs and our experts work side by side to complete configuration together.

We complete the configuration, with periodic reviews.

In every case, we use a series of small, iterative steps to make sure each business sub-process works as it should before we move on to the next set of configuration activities.

At the end of the configuration process, we test your business processes end-to-end to validate the configuration.

Learn more about how our configuration workshops can help you align Ceridian to your Business requirements

Align Your Dayforce® Technology to Your Business

Our business workshops support your technology deployment with a detailed analysis of your business practices and learning processes. Our workshops have three primary objectives:

Establish the priorities critical to your business.

Define your current practices and processes.

Optimize your practices and processes.

We will understand your business before we propose a solution. We target our recommendations to your specific objectives and challenges.

Business Workshop

A thorough understanding of your business practices and processes is essential to adapting Dayforce® to the way your people work. We work with you to understand the internal and external forces that drive your workforce strategy, so we can see how to best leverage your technology.

We strive to understand your business before we propose a solution, and we target our recommendations to your specific objectives and challenges.

Process Workshop

Process work begins with mapping your current workflows to analyze and improve them.

Assist you in mapping the processes as they exist, including offline processes.

Learn how users in each role access the platform and do their work.

Use your process map to analyze current workflows.

Identify functionality gaps, bottlenecks, pain points, and workarounds in your existing workflows.

Recommend how you can improve processes using your workflow tools.

Map the desired future state.

This work serves as the foundation for your configuration workshop where you will apply your business rules to your technology platform.

Know more about how we help you align Dayforce® to your Business