Moving from the old Synergy Practice Management desktop software to the Synergy cloud platform
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Your migration team
Customer Success Manager
Lauren is one of our customer success mangers dedicated to helping you migrate from Synergy desktop to the cloud. She is likely to be your first point of contact and will help kick-start your migration planning process. Lauren can help with any of your initial questions, organise online demonstrations and gather additional resources depending on the complexity of your migration.
Customer Success Consultant
Deidre is one of our senior consultants guiding our customers through the migration process to Synergy cloud. She understands Synergy from your perspective, as she used Synergy for years before joining our team. Deidre will help you manage the change within your business including trialling Synergy cloud with your current data, training, and helping you set-up new reports and templates.
Change management for cloud software – best practice
Best practice part 1:Technology is changing every day with increasing speed. Guest contributor Claudia Piscitelli begins her series with a look at the first phase of change management for technology adoption — planning and scope.
Best practice part 2:“Guatanteed, no one will get their change strategy and business scenarios absolutely perfect when they first launch” — change expert Claudia Piscitelli tells you what to do about it.
Best practice part 3:“Getting to that ideal future ultimately selies on making change stick in the long term” — Claudia Piscitelli tells you how to do that with your business in the third and final part of our change management.
2,370 of your peers have already switched to Synergy cloud
Extent Heritage manages multiple offices and distributed field teams with Synergy softwareHeritage Advisors, 31 – 100 staff
Since Feb 2020
2016 – 2019
“With all that fieldwork, you have a lot of detail to manage,” says Extent Heritage’s Joanne Craig, “A lot of documentation, across a lot of projects, and different disciplines…our staff just want to be in the field not tied down doing admin or timesheets.”
How moving to the cloud kept Contour Consulting Engineers focused on their foundationsEngineering, 6 – 30 staff
Since Oct 2018
Finance manager Crystal, says the visibility on the performance of task, stage and project levels of work is probably the area of most impressive improvement for Contour Consulting Engineers. Read how they use Synergy to achieve that improvement.
Cera Stribley Architects — how moving to the cloud gives the firm more time to learnArchitecture, 31 – 100 staff
Since Sep 2018
Melbourne-based Cera Stribley Architects began five years ago with four staff, and now has a team of 39 — a huge amount of growth in such a short time. Here’s how they did it and kept learning.
How the cloud will lift your built environment business out of lockdown — if you get on it, nowNow the questions are, ‘What happens when we come out of covid? How will my business operate? What will the built environment industry look like?” These are the characteristics your team will need to survive whatever those answers are.
“No one is going to be fired for going to the cloud”A group of the world’s largest suppliers of on-premises and cloud software, have all seen significant downturn in on-premises investments and an accelerated pursuit of cloud solutions. So, what does that all mean for your built environment business and why is it so important to act now?