This is where the rubber hits the road. Our system implementation consultants build out the solution design, prepping data, archiving your database and adjusting configurations to build and launch a conference room pilot. When we go live, you’ll have a fully tested, fully qualified system.
Our customers will tell you that when we commit to a date, we make it happen, and when we define a scope, we stand by it. We understand your industry because we have the right people who have walked in your shoes and are ready to solve any supply chain challenge.
We continually execute “reality checks” during each part of systems implementation to assure that we meet the requirements of each stakeholder and every possible design requirement.
Our goal is to ensure that, at go-live, your employees are skilled, confident and efficient. That way you don’t have to bear the high cost of performance problems and operational slowdowns that can result from inadequate training.
End-user training enables us to take the time to customize training and create an environment that simulates your warehouse processes. Your people learn the new system exactly the same way they will be using it, and train with data that is meaningful to them.
We use small class sizes, separated by employee functionality, so that every employee gets the personal attention he or she requires to learn the new system. Everyone trains in front of their own computer, giving them hands-on experience.
Over 4-6 hours, we’ll teach super users to set up profiles and cover topics like user and administration configuration, warehouse setup, receiving and put away rules, outbound and shipping rules, and much more. In integration training, users learn the dynamics of exchanging information between your WMS and your host system.
We’ll always be available, but we emphasize a train-the-trainer approach. We train a selected group of super-users within your organization on the entire system, so that they can provide training after the implementation is completed.
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