Henrik de Gyor

Henrik de Gyor
Henrik de Gyor
Improving User Adoption: The forgotten part behind your business success
Imagine how you can improve user adoption for your business

This book will help guide you through a variety of perspectives that businesses often miss when it comes to user adoption. Find the link between user adoption and business success.

Where is your business without users? What happens if those users stop using your product or service? That situation rarely looks good. Why is it so overlooked?

Businesses are very focused on the bottom line. Technology folks are very focused on the technology. Sales folks are very focused on closing the sale. Who is focused on the user adoption of a major product or service in your organization?
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Henrik de Gyor
@hgg101
Bluffton, South Carolina
Henrik de Gyor is a vendor-neutral Consultant at Another DAM Consultancy who assists, advises and advocates for clients across a wide variety of mid-size organizations to Fortune 500 companies. Previously, Henrik has worked within the fields of advertising, education, finance, journalism, marketing, media, retail, and technology.

Henrik is also an active podcaster, startup advisor, and writer.

Prior to being a consultant, Henrik worked as a Digital Asset Manager, Media Editor, Photo Researcher and an award-winning Digital Photojournalist.

When Henrik is not traveling, he resides with his wife in South Carolina.
Henrik de Gyor talks about digital asset management, keywording, machine learning, metadata, rights management, self-publishing, time management. You can see the presentations on https://www.slideshare.net/henrikdegyor

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