JobTracker Advanced Training & User Summit

by | Jul 27, 2016 | Business, JobTracker Tips, Uncategorized

Live, In-Person Training with the Moraware Support Team!

February 22-24, 2017 in Houston, TX  –  $350/person

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Hear from successful fabricators about specific ways Moraware helped improve their businesss – and then implement changes to your JobTracker system before you even leave Houston!

  • Every participant receives a Chromebook to use during training and to take home.
  • Carve out the time you need (finally!) to get more out of Moraware – without fear!
  • Moraware support team on site to help you think through the changes you want to make.
  • Hands-on training to explain both “how to” and “how will this help?”
  • Bring your business problems and figure out which JobTracker features might help: auto-schedule, forms, activity packets, views, calendars, reports, phases & shop settings.
  • Break-out sessions to dig deeper into special topics like forms, inventory, reporting or throughput accounting.

Schedule
Wednesday February 22, 2017
7:00 PM  –  Reception

Thursday February 23, 2017
8:00AM-4:00PM  –  Fabricator Good-to-Great stories, classroom training, implement changes
5:30PM-9:30PM  –  Optional “office hours” if you have questions and want to keep working

Friday February 24, 2017
8:00AM-Noon  –  Breakout sessions

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