A typical Eyefreight implementation consists of three steps.
During the first step of implementation, our focus will be on analyzing key resources, tasks and processes. We take the time to understand your operations in their present tense before we even consider how best to design them for the future. Be prepared to answer questions. Be prepared to criticize. Be prepared to state your needs. Then, be prepared to dream…about what your new transportation management system could accomplish…how it could appear…and who it could touch.
CONFIGURATION, DEVELOPMENT & INTERFACES
During Step Two of implementation, our focus will shift to the actual configuration of the system. For example, we will define master data such as standard tariffs, network structures and customer locations, and then architect appropriate data flows. We will connect the many technologies currently keeping your supply chain in motion, and we will design user interfaces. Each feature, each permission, each view, each report will be according to the feedback and specifications you outlined in Step One, and any element requiring further development will be refined. During Step Two the system will evolve and flourish until everyone feels it is ready to test.
TESTING & LIVE-PHASE
Before Eyefreight officially goes live, together we will extensively test the technology interfaces, communication tools, and screens for functionality and performance. We will ask ourselves: Does the system meet all of the requirements we defined in Step One? Do the functions accurately process data? Does the new system work with the other systems? Does this product meet our quality standards? Only when the answer to all of these questions is “yes,” do we take the system live – either as an update or as a full-scale conversion. Once rollout is underway, your feedback begins, and the system is tweaked for any performance issues.
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