HCSS recommends the Apple iPad because of its overall user experience, feature accessibility, and size. More features are available on the iOS than on Android, as HCSS develops and updates software for Apple first.
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In order to reduce rework and limit frustrations, HCSS recommends waiting until you have completed the entire implementation experience to begin working in the system.
Most implementations require that your company bring key decision makers to our Sugar Land, Texas, campus for two days of process design.
We understand that you’re busy and that your business is important. However, the HCSS environment allows you to completely focus on learning the capabilities of the software and creating the proper processes, facilitating good discussion between different department spokespersons in your company without the distractions of day-to-day operations.
Every company’s implementation process is different, based on the HCSS product they are implementing and their individual needs and processes. However, as a standard, HCSS prides itself in getting 90 percent of our customers up and running in their new software within 90 days.
In most cases, HeavyBid implementation does not require that your company send a team to the HCSS campus. Instead, all HeavyBid implementation and training is done at your company by one or two of our HCSS contract trainers.
With exceptions for extremely large companies or major rollouts, HeavyBid implementation does not typically require that the customer come to the HCSS offices.
HCSS offers two ways to implement your new job management software, and both are designed to get your company up and running as smoothly and quickly as possible.
HCSS offers two ways to implement your new dispatching software, and both are designed to get your company up and running as smoothly and quickly as possible.