|Benefit from Remote UPK Development|
- But what if we said that all training and development could be done remotely, saving both time and money spent on external training resources?
With Oracle User Productivity Kit Multi-User Environment, anyone can easily develop content at any time, from any location on the globe. Agility is one of remote UPK content development’s great benefits, and one that can have a significant impact on the overall cost of an ERP project.
Oracle UPK’s Multi-User Environment comes with great features. With its centralized content server, UPK developers will be able to have access to all developed material through the Internet or an intranet on their local computer. They can share the documents under the version control system, allowing only developers with specific access to edit the content. This means that the development of the training material could be done at any time, at any location with no need for travel to the client site.
To become successful with remote UPK development there are a few things that developers should take into consideration.
Before starting the remote development project, ask questions such as:
- What standards are we going to use?
- What general default settings are going to be used?
- How should the communication with the client be handled?
By using the features of Oracle User Productivity Kit Multi-User Environment and carefully considering the plan for a remote project development, end-user training materials can be generated easily and more effectively (at a lower cost) for any ERP project.
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