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Dhebi Hay

Dhebi Hay
Dhebi Hay is a Client Success Representative here at Sparkrock, serving as a main point of contact for customers. Her education, NFP background, and passion for helping others put her in a unique position to understand customer’s experiences and help them get the most out of their solution.

Recent Posts

How to Ensure Adoption of your New Employee Self-Serve Software

by   Dhebi Hay on 03.07.17

When we talk about adoption, unfortunately we don’t mean bringing home puppies from the shelter. What we mean is the process by which end users become comfortable with and accept new technology; a process that can have significant consequences on the success of an implementation. If employees of an organization find a new technology to be cumbersome or difficult to use, they’re likely to continue performing duties as best they know how, or by creating workarounds for themselves. This can cost an organization time, effort, and dollars.

Topics: Technology

Do You Have What it Takes? Alliance Award Nominations are Now Open

by   Dhebi Hay on 12.02.16

It's almost our favourite time of the year again! No, we're not talking about the holidays, we're talking about our annual user conference - Altus Alliance! 

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The Sparkrock Ideas Portal - A Bright Idea

by   Dhebi Hay on 09.08.16


At Sparkrock, we don’t take shots in the dark when deciding what should be added to our product roadmap. In case you're unfamiliar with the term, a product roadmap is a technology development plan that matches the goals or needs of organizations within our client base with specific technology solutions to help them meet those goals. All of the additions or improvements we make to our product roadmap, and subsequently our technology, derive from what we know would make our clients' jobs easier and more efficient. 

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What do the Olympics and Sparkrock Clients have in Common? Empowering Refugees

by   Dhebi Hay on 08.19.16

2016 marked the first year that a refugee team participated in the Olympics. The athletes came from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, South Sudan, and Syria; and they represent the estimated 65 million refugees around the world. These athletes are symbols of those who've had to leave their homes, families, and lives behind them in order to find safety – but didn’t leave their drive, talent, or skill.

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Client Spotlight: Action Group

by   Dhebi Hay on 06.30.16

We might be biased, but we think that our clients are amazing. From providing unparallelled services to people with diabilities, to using play as a way of inspiring change in developing countries, to putting on Canada's largest community event - the people who use our solutions are truly passionate about making a difference in the communitites they serve.

Because we think that the work they do is so inspiring, we've decided to shine the spotlight on one customer a month to showcase the impact their organization makes. This month, we've decided to feature Action Group, who has been a loyal client of Sparkrock since 2014.

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