HCSS offers two ways to implement your new shop management software, and both are designed to get your company up and running as smoothly and quickly as possible.
HCSS recommends bringing your entire team to a central location for training and implementation sessions. However, we understand this is not always possible, and we are happy to try to accommodate your company’s needs.
HeavyBid 201 is a more in-depth course for current HeavyBid users who are looking to utilize the more advanced features within the software. It is also geared more toward those who own Advanced or Comprehensive systems.
HeavyBid 101 is best for new estimators who have been hired by a company that is already using HeavyBid. It is a good basic training course for new users in a current, established system.
HeavyBid 101 and 201 classes are perfect for when you have one or two employees who need to be trained in HCSS HeavyBid.
Online implementations are perfect for companies with a small rollout or for those who just cannot make it to the HCSS campus in Sugar Land, Texas, for two days of process design.
If you are concerned about what will be discussed during your training session, or would like to go over any specifics regarding your company’s needs or the trainer’s plans, that is no problem.
Once your software is purchased, you will receive an email from HCSS containing your registration codes. Please check your spam folders if you do not receive it.
Visit the HCSS Help Center at https://help.hcss.com to read articles on all of our HCSS products, including an entire section on Estimate and System setup for HeavyBid and HeavyJob and Library setup for HeavyJob.
There are several pieces of homework to do before coming to HCSS, such as installing the software.
Bringing a team of employees to the HCSS campus in Sugar Land, Texas, for the design session to implement your new HCSS software is key to getting your company up and running and using your new investment efficiently.
We suggest sending between 3-7 people, based on the size of your implementation and the roles each person plays.