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The Timeclock Station Made Easy With Friday Features

Goetsch’s Welding & Machine, Inc.

We had another successful Friday Feature last week covering Timeclock basics and the Shop Floor Data Collection station! Senior ERP Software Consultant Langley Melendres taught our customers how to clock in and out of a job, how to add and update single and multiple jobs, and how to request a PO along with some awesome GAB projects we are currently working on for you. We also highlighted our Key Performance Indicators software that was released in 2015.3! The Key Performance Indicators is a new product that many of our manufacturing customers are implementing and we offer training for it through our Advanced User Training (AUT) class! This tool will simplify your manufacturing!

Last week the customer spotlight shined on Goetsch’s Welding & Machine, Inc., one of our nearly 150 case study customers who have simplified their manufacturing through our software. Founded in 1969, Goetsch’s Welding & Machine is an ISO 9001:2008 certified supplier of OEM machined and welded parts and assemblies located in Merrill, Wisconsin. We are proud to publicly provide more successful customer case studies than any other ERP software company. We simplify your manufacturing.™

Friday Features will return next week as Global Shop Solutions is closing down early in honor of Good Friday. April 1 we will teach you how to make the most of your Global Shop Solutions ERP software menu through tips and tricks designed to make your job easier. You will also be introduced to Pacor, Inc., a U.S. based fabricator and distributor of thermal and acoustical insulating products.

Don’t miss the next Friday Feature; register to join me and the team today.

This blog is written by Dusty Alexander, CEO of Global Shop Solutions, because no matter how good you get (at physical fitness, running a manufacturing business or being an ERP user) you can always work harder, get better, and be humble.

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