Before your team uses SynControl the quality inspection software needs to be configured to your needs, and they need to be trained. New software can’t be integrated into your existing quality inspection processes overnight, so this page walks you through the onboarding steps we generally follow to get our customers from: “This is interesting” to “it helps us a lot”.
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We typically provide a face-to-face demo to companies located in China (in the Shanghai or Shenzhen/Hong Kong areas). If a decision maker is based abroad, a video call can be scheduled initially.
The presentation and Q&A session lasts for 40-60 min, including a partial software demo of the web platform (used by the office staff daily to get the real-time inspection findings) and the mobile app (used by inspectors to do their job more effectively and store results in the cloud), but cannot include every feature.
Should you need to see a very specific feature, please let us know before the demo and we will let you know if the initial demo is the right time for that.
The result of the demo is the decision of whether SynControl might be a good fit for your company.
To aid in your decision, chances are you need to see the SynControl app in use by quality inspectors, from A to Z in one area of your facility. The most common approaches here are:
The onboarding fee will depend on the scope and complexity of this pilot test.
Once the pilot test has given positive results, there are usually a number of remaining configurations to get right, as other areas adopt SynControl.
Note that a good approach is designed in several deployment stages. For example, one phase every 3 months.
Here again, configuration/customization fees will depend on the scope and complexity of your company’s needs.
SynControl is dedicated to the success of every customer. We are happy to keep helping your team get the most out our software. Free support is included in our plans.
We can also help you improve the way you manage the QA/QC operations in your team and move closer to best practices. If our e-books and some quick phone calls are not enough, we can dedicate some consulting time (extra fees generally apply).