With more and more subcontract precision engineers investing in PSL Datatrack production control software to manage and streamline their entire production process, PSL has published its new Implementation Plan. It is designed to steer customers through the implementation process swiftly and efficiently and help them become familiar with the way PSL Datatrack works, achieving maximum ROI (return on investment) in the shortest possible time.
The concise twelve-page document covers typical system flow for core modules and is designed for use in conjunction with a dedicated user training plan. Aside from training, the guide covers key topics including installation, data transfer/input, system security and the use of Help Files. It also explains how to navigate between the core modules that are typically utilised. An introduction to creating customer quotations, generating works orders and purchasing materials to receiving goods, preparing delivery notes and invoices are all covered by the plan.
Although designed for new users, existing customers inducting new employees to the software are also benefitting from the plan owing to the quick reference detail that it contains. With all installation and training hosted online since the Covid-19 outbreak, the plan has become a useful reference tool during video calls and screen sharing sessions provided by the PSL Datatrack support team. A phased approach can be taken to implementation to ensure installation and training is carried out with limited impact on the day-to-day running of the customers’ businesses. The same flexible approach can also be taken when the customer chooses to go live on one or modules at a later date. Further training is offered when a customer has additional modules added to their system.
With remote implementation of software systems becoming ever more common, the concise Implementation Plan and expert technical support are essential elements of the PSL Datatrack package.