CTG Delivers New Business Game, Fly4You, to Belgian Market
Feb 10, 2022
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Diegem, Belgium, February 10, 2022
CTG (NASDAQ: CTG), a leading provider of digital IT solutions in North America and Western Europe, today announced that the company is offering the new simulation game, Fly4You, to clients in Belgium. The business game, developed by the Dutch business simulation developer GamingWorks, helps companies discuss and easily tackle the challenges of digital transformation. After Apollo 13™, the Phoenix Project, and MarsLander®, the interactive Fly4You is the fourth business game from GamingWorks that CTG is delivering to the Belgian market. The popularity of these games demonstrates that, after 15 years, organizations in Belgium have come to value gamification as a way to align IT initiatives with evolving business goals.
Company Offers Training Based on Real-Life Situations The pace of digital transformation is not slowing down, requiring organizations to make the digital shift faster and faster. Business games are powerful tools in the IT world, helping participants to better understand the new ways of working that accompany digital transformation and to make business and IT work together more efficiently.
"Companies are often still struggling with the strategic developments of digital transformations,” explains Jo Herroelen, Solution Architect at CTG. “Fly4You helps here because it is more than just 'playing a game.' The challenges faced within Fly4You mimic those of real-life scenarios, allowing participants to gain first-hand experiencing in solving them. In this way, all of the pitfalls of the transformation are automatically addressed, based on the maturity and complexity of companies.”
GamingWorks released Fly4You at the end of 2021. CTG is the first company to distribute the new business game on the Belgian market and has six experts who are certified trainers of the interactive simulation game. "Our trainers and all current participants are very enthusiastic about the new game. Any organization working on digital transformation, whether at the beginning of their journey or more advanced, will benefit from this game. CEOs, business developers and product managers experiment together with IT developers in a safe environment during four rounds of the game. It allows them to go as far as they want in terms of the strategic theme, priorities, planning, and development footprint for the company,” says Herroelen.
Growing Adoption of Gamification in IT Organizations “Gamification is not new, but after 15 years, more and more companies realize that it works,” says Herroelen “What's more, they understand that it is necessary to look differently at training methods and at addressing challenges around collaboration and communication. Moreover, business games make it easier for participants to get familiar with the processes and shorten the time needed to do so."
About CTG CTG is a leading provider of digital transformation solutions and services that accelerate clients' project momentum and achievement of their desired IT and business outcomes. We have earned a reputation as a faster and more reliable, results-driven partner focused on improved data-driven decision-making, meaningful business performance improvements, new and enhanced customer experiences, and continuous innovation. CTG has operations in North America, South America, Western Europe, and India. The Company regularly posts news and other important information online at www.ctg.com.
Solution Architect, ITSM
With 20 years of experience, Jo has demonstrated a history of working in the computer software industry. From an operational background he moved into the world of IT Service Management, combining processes and tools. As Solution Architect at CTG Belgium, he gets to work with a wide array of topics and challenges, including recent market evolutions within the ITSM world, and necessary adaptations to Agile Service Management, Process Automation and Performance, and pragmatic ways of bringing this into an organisation.