In this article, we'll go over considerations for your organization prior to onboarding to the Andi® platform. Our team will be here to help you along the way, and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
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Identify How Andi® Will Add Value
If you haven't already, make sure you've identified the value add that Andi® will provide your organization and the goals and behaviors you want to use those skills to drive. You'll receive the greatest value from Andi® insights when they're most relevant to your needs.
Check out the following resources to help:
- Get to Know Andi®
- Artificial Intelligence: The Power of AI and the Future of Banking
- 3 Initial Steps in AI Implementation
Identifying your Team
Once you know how Andi® will add value and are ready to move forward, you'll need to determine who needs to be involved in the primary roles of skill writing, skill management, and account administration.
Skill managers will be those who control whether or not a skill should be turned on for your organization once it is deployed to the Andi® Skills Manager. For more information, please see Managing Your Skills.
Account Administrator(s) will be responsible for setting up and managing users and their permissions for the Andi® platform.
Depending on your organization protocols and resources, an individual can contribute in one or multiple roles.
For technical and development considerations, please review Your Development Environment.
When you're ready, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a new organization set up and Admin user account on the Andi® Platform. From there, we'll work with you to onboard your team and set you up for success.