Existing software, new functions, automation

Increase of user efficiency
Automation of recurring steps
Provision of important information
Increase the degree of utilization of existing content
Continuous improvement of support

Kathrin Schlierer-Neumann
AppNavi GmbH

Valorize software

Implementing software is part of the daily business for many companies. However, success is only achieved when the software is accepted.

In most cases, comprehensive processes are established from the evaluation to the Go Live of the software. Whether the software fulfills the expectations is then in the hands of the users. The ROI associated with the software introduction is only actually achieved with the user.


However, even when all steps up to go-live are fully implemented, usage often falls short of expectations. Software is not used efficiently – or not to the expected extent. The problem becomes particularly clear when “workarounds” exist or use in everyday work is not absolutely necessary.

The reasons are often very comparable: the work steps in the software are complicated, users feel insufficiently supported or the user of the software experiences too little benefit from the use of the software himself. AppNavi provides numerous solutions for a better use of existing software.

The solution?


With AppNavi you give the software the right momentum. Guide users efficiently through the software, enable user automation and keep users informed about news directly in the software.

The solution?


With AppNavi you give the software the right momentum. Guide users efficiently through the software, enable user automation and keep users informed about news directly in the software.

Most efficient ways

AppNavi always guides your employees on the most efficient way to their destination. This way users benefit from the experience of the professionals in these applications. Furthermore, processes can be started from anywhere. For example, if AppNavi is placed on the intranet site, SharePoint, Success Factors or Jira processes can be initiated there – regardless of the currently open application.

Faster through automation

To further support the acceptance, AppNavi offers the possibility to perform “empty steps” automatically. This means, for example, that a route consisting of 12 steps, where only 4 steps require user input or decisions, is significantly shortened.

Well informed

To further increase acceptance, information is important. Not too much – but the right information at the right time, in the right place. Inform your users with announcements, news or hotspots about important innovations in the process or application.


  • Increase user efficiency
    Support your employees right from the start directly in the system – and this in the fastest way to the goal.
  • Automate repetitive steps
    Free your users from activities that do not require user input or decisions.
  • Support with the right information
    Always give your users the most important information at the right time – segmented by user groups.
  • Increase efficiency of existing learning content
    Place your existing videos, pictures or e-learnings directly within the working environment of your employees.
  • Improve the content continuously
    Use the feedback functionality to continuously adapt the content to the needs.
Reduction of how-to-questions
Increase of user efficiency
Increase of user acceptance

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