Up and running in under two months

When we start up a new project, we bring all our industry experience to the table. So you can learn from our best practices.

When we start up a new project, we bring all our industry experience to the table. So you can learn from our best practices.

Functional analysis - 2 weeks

Defining a solution

  • Identify profiles
  • Define processes
  • Hardware interactions
  • Software links
  • Determine forms of communication
  • GDPR & compliancy

Configuration - 2 weeks

Software set-up

  • Define building blocks
  • Set up integrations
  • First remote test

Implementation - 2 weeks

On-site setup

Onsite implementation of the hardware.

Testing - 1 week

Virtual test and dry run

Tests of the various use cases and profiles, virtually and during off-peak hours.

Commissioning - 1 day

Go-live

We are present on the go-live day of Peripass. An on-site engineer deals with contingency events.

Training and evaluation - 1 day

Autonomy

We train your team to configure Peripass themselves depending on your company’s future needs. Our Customer Services Team keeps in close contact with the users.

"Peripass is very flexible, the teams thinks along with the customer and is very quick to respond with a solution. They are also very flexible when it comes to answering any additional questions we have. Most other suppliers will respond: “Yes, but that’s not part of the actual project, we need to review everything”, which slows down the process. I also appreciate the fact that they listen to our feedback and include these improvements in new releases.”
Wim Muylaert
Logistics manager, Alpro