Your company's internal success team is the secret to a successful Omnidek implementation. Your team needs a few key people to ensure your processes are implemented and continuously improved upon.STEP 1
Your Onboarding meeting will consist of:
Define 3 processes you'd like us to help you implement in Omnidek.
For example, you could send us:
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Our experience has been great. We had been trying to solve some issues using Sharepoint and some other tools. It just kept getting more complicated and every change was an ordeal. We were quickly able to solve the easy problems and Omnidek was great at helping us solve the larger problems in ways we hadn't thought of. Great team, great support it has been a great addition for us.
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The entire team at Omnidek Was super nice. They were always there to answer questions and return emails and phone calls seemingly immediately. They also took my feedback and even put some features into the platform that I had requested early on.
You will need to fill these 3 roles:
Their role is to gather information from various employees involved in a process. They should be knowledgeable about most company processes/procedures in order to reduce the amount of modifications after initial setup.
It is important to have someone in an executive role or someone who can offer decision making authorization, if necessary.
The System Administrator may also be the Process Coordinator. However, for a larger implementation it is important to train multiple System Administrators as they will be the most hands-on role to the software.