How to Prepare for Your Live Scheduling Software Demo

Posted by Shift Admin on May 14, 2020 at 12:08 PM

Once you’ve decided that an upgrade to updated scheduling software is the right move, it’s time to take an up-close-and-personal look at what you can expect from it. How? With a personalized, hands-on scheduling software demo, of course!

After serving thousands of clients and their unique needs, we have designed a polished live scheduling demonstration experience that outlines all of the many ways that Shift Admin can solve the problems that you are experiencing.

Here are some tips on how to adequately prepare for your one-on-one demo with a member of our team.

1. Determine who should attend the demo.


There are many moving parts when it comes to your scheduling and decision-making processes, and it’s up to you to decide who should take a front-row seat during a demonstration of what could potentially change the way that you do your schedules from here on out.

Ideally, this includes key decision-makers and stakeholders in your organization. Inviting these key members will help keep everyone on the same page from the beginning and eliminate the chance of internal miscommunication down the road.

2. Make a list of concerns that you have with your current scheduling solution.


The common scheduling issues that we’ve outlined here are a great place to start, but there could very well be many more that we have not mentioned. Every team is unique, as are the issues that they face. Rather than taking a shot in the dark, coming to the table with a comprehensive list of your top concerns will help you make the most out of your scheduling software demo and enable our team to make the best decisions on your behalf.

3. Prepare any questions that you may want to ask our team during your scheduling software demo.


Our team is eager to support yours in any way that we can, and that includes being an open book filled with anything you might want to know about what we offer. Some of these questions might include the following:

  • I want to implement request submission procedures that do not require manual input. Does Shift Admin’s interface include a request submission function?
  • Can Shift Admin handle shift changes, switches, and trades?
  • How is pricing done for Shift Admin?

Every team is inherently different, and their concerns and questions are no exception. Consider these tips and take time to work with your team to determine what is most important about a scheduling software demo.

For a more in-depth look at preparing for a scheduling software demo and the difference that a software upgrade can make for your provider scheduling process, click below.

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Topics: Modern Scheduling