Say goodbye to fuzzy, frustrating and
top-down change management processes


A powerful tool that transforms SAP implementations into an exciting game!



 Change process in 360 monitoring

One of the main difficulties in managing the implementation of SAP is to monitor the different levels of involvement and development of your employees during the change process. With this tool, you can easily follow the fulfillment of tasks, training and all other KPIs related to the project, anticipating the need for intervention whenever things are not going in the right direction.

Customized, fast and efficient communication

SAP implementations often involve hundreds, even thousands of people and it is very likely that not everyone receives the necessary amount of information. This gap causes frustration, delays and financial losses. On this platform, you can easily create training videos and attractive graphic elements that simplify the communication, ensuring that essential information about the system reach all. 

Engage your employees efficiently



Much of the resistance in change processes relates to the fact that many people are afraid of making mistakes in their work by not properly knowing the new system. Through Play for Change, it's quite easy to create tasks and challenges related to the main objectives of the project and distribute badges and rewards in recognition of good performance.

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What is Play for Change?
A platform that uses gamification to engage, train and monitor your employees in a simple, effective and fun way.
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