Many aspects of ShareVision are configurable using the built in administration screens. Create new forms or change existing ones and then connect them with services or clients with just a few easy clicks. Using the adhoc report tools, you can create custom reports that help you analyze the information you are collecting in the system. Our technical team can also help you customize the built in reports to tailor them to your specific needs. If you’ve purchased ShareVision Custom, a whole world of customization options becomes available to you. Change pages, create workflows, or build new reports that include the business logic to mirror your existing internal systems.
How Long will it take?
The precise duration of implementation will be different for every organization, depending on its size, operating goals, and available resources. Some organizations are fully transitioned within weeks. Others spend more time adapting and building their site for a more complete integration of their operating processes. Do you have someone selected who will be responsible for implementing your site? The amount of time this person has available to work on ShareVision will be an important determinant of how quickly your transition goes. Whatever timeline you’re aiming for, we want to help you achieve those goals. Talk to us about your vision. Once we have an understanding of that, we’ll be able to let you know more about what options are available, what path is recommended and what a migration timeline might look like based on choices you indicate.
How much will it cost?
What your organization spends on implementing a ShareVision system will be mainly determined by the amount of configuration you choose to do to align ShareVision with your service model, and whether you choose to do that work yourselves or get our help. While some agencies get ShareVision up and running all on their own, most realize that having our experienced team help with some aspects of implementation can save them money in the long run after taking internal resource costs into account. Of course, roll out doesn’t need to happen all at once. Organizations typically get the most important items going first and put any additional implementation costs into future budget planning. In order to forecast an approximation of actual implementation costs, we need to have a clear understanding of your organization’s needs and priorities. We do this through a collaborative process we call our “Full Service Option”.