February 2009

Registration is LIVE!

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www.VelocitySchedulingSystem.com Thanks for your questions, comments and feedback to the special reports and videos. Video #3 is in the works so stay tuned for that. As I stated in one of my first emails, I was looking to get your feedback so I could fine tune our system to make sure it was ready to release. And in the process, […]

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How much time does it take to implement?

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Implementing our system will take some time. However the process is designed to be self resourcing after the first step. This means that by implementing the first step, you should free up some time to do the next step. And by doing the next step you uncover some time which will enable you to do the 3rd step, and so […]

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Does it work with any ERP? or no ERP?

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Yes. The system is a visual scheduling system (the Velocity Board), so it will either complement what you have or can help you to decide what to get if you purchase an ERP sometime in the future. Also included in the system is a visual planning component called the “To Be Released Board”. The system includes recommendations and guidelines on […]

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When can I see the system?

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In Special Report #2, I explained some of the differences with my system. It’s not software, it is a visual system that you customize for your situation. So there is really nothing to “show you”. The picture in the that special report is what a typical Velocity Board looks like. The power of the system is that it is NOT […]

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Can I afford it? What does it cost?

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Velocity Scheduling System Cost A price this reasonable is typically only an issue if you don’t get the results. As you implement our scheduling system you will see your manufacturing lead-time reduce, your due date performance increase, and your work in process decrease (which improves cash flow). The effect of these improvements is that you have uncovered capacity. You can […]

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What if it doesn’t work for me?

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You get your money back. We’ve worked with a large number of different types of machine shops. So far it has worked for all of them. The key is for you to maintain involvement and support your team as they implement. The degree of YOUR success is most dependent on your teams commitment to do what it takes. Part of […]

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Is this program for me?

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This program is not for everyone. You have to be willing to do the work and lead your team. If you were brave enough to take the first action that I proposed — reducing your WIP to one half — you took action, you got results and you are a perfect candidate. If you did not take the first step […]

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Why is this program important NOW when sales are down?

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I would say that now is THE critical time. Implementing the system is particularly important in this economy for 2 main reasons. 1) With the system it will become clear where you can cut people and have the least effect on productivity, lead-times, and due date performance; and 2) If you have a market constraint then it is paramount that […]

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How does the program work?

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There will be 10 workshop sessions where content will be presented along with examples and case studies. Each session will conclude with a homework assignment. You submit your homework after each session via email. Each workshop session will be followed by a live coaching session. During the 10 live coaching sessions you can press me to review your situation, your […]

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What is the Velocity Scheduling System Coaching Program? What’s included with it?

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One license of the Velocity Scheduling System Coaching Program includes instruction on what to do and in what order to implement the changes that will reduce chaos, reduce lead-times and improve due date performance at one company shop/location. The instruction covers: – how to reduce WIP, what to look for as you do it, what the watch outs are, and […]

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