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These are the Top 5 VMS Implementation Questions

New clients tend to have lots of questions about implementation, so we compiled the Top 5 questions for you. If you’d rather listen to the answers and meet some of the Implementation team members, scroll down to watch the video.

  1. How long does implementation take?

We’re just being honest when we say: It depends! Realistically, it depends on a number of factors such as your requirements, your number of integrations and how fast we can get on your IT department’s calendar to work with them to ensure a smooth process.

  1. Can Smart Track integrate with other programs?

Yes it can. All we need is your file formats and we’ll find a way to integrate them with Smart Track. To date, we have not come across any software that we weren’t able to integrate with.

  1. What is DCR’s training procedure for new implementations?

How and where we train will depend on a number of factors such as where your key stakeholders, contractors and other end users are located. Of course we give you written documentation, and beyond that we provide on-site, hands-on training for stakeholders. If your end users and contractors are geographically spread out, it may make more sense to do web-based training. Often, we find that we need to do a combination of on-site and online trainings.

  1. Can Smart Track be customized to suit my specific needs?

From the beginning, Smart Track is feature-rich and was developed as an extremely configurable software. As part of the implementation, we configure the software to meet your needs.

  1. Will DCR provide continued support after implementation?

We offer continuous support and have support teams in place well beyond implementation. If you’re using our Smart Track VMS, DCR also provides a 24/7 help desk to assist you.

Watch the video to meet a few of your Implementation Team members and listen to them answer your Top 5 questions!

If you have other burning questions, please write them in the comments below and we’ll personally answer them.

The content on this blog is for informational purposes only and cannot be construed as specific legal advice or as a substitute for competent legal advice. They reflect the opinions of DCR Workforce and may not reflect the opinions of any individual attorney. Do contact an attorney for advice specific to your issue or problem.
Rich has served in many different areas in DCR including playing a key role in driving the company’s growth. He has successfully implemented numerous VMS/MSP solutions across a wide array of industries, including defense, utilities, oil and gas, financial and banking, manufacturing, retail and advertising. He enjoys a good concert, has an amazing record collection and has fun trying new restaurants (as long as the food doesn’t have a face).