Frequently Asked Questions for Business Users

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  • Mike Kinder
Frequently Asked Questions for Business Users

We are pleased to announce that Veryable is growing quickly across the DFW metroplex!  Many businesses are already benefiting from the ability to scale quickly with Veryable on-demand labor – both increasing their top line growth and improving the bottom line with better labor productivity.

For both current business users and prospective businesses, we wanted to highlight a few frequently asked questions in this blog to help guide you through your on-demand journey.  For a complete list of FAQs, feel free to visit our website at veryableops.com/faq.

Are there any sign-up costs or obligations?

No.  Veryable is committed to delivering a productivity solution for businesses.  True to our name, we want to make sure that your costs only scale relative to the value you get out of the platform.  Not only are you not charged until the work is complete, you are not charged until you sign off that the work is done to your satisfaction.  There’s no obligation to use the platform after you sign up – it’s totally flexible for you to design a solution that works for your business needs.

Are there minimum or maximum usage requirements?

No.  Picking up from the question above, the Veryable marketplace is set up to give you the flexibility to design your own solution.  Some businesses use the platform to bring in 1 person a few days per week on an hourly wage basis.  Others bring in multiple operators per day on a piece work basis and vary the requirements based on the daily production variances.  The maximum number of operators may depend on your location and skills required, but this will increase as the Veryable operator pool continues to increase.

Are all the Veryable operators vetted and screened?

Yes.  Every one of our operators has passed a detailed background check.  The background check process certifies that each operator is over 18 years old, has felony free criminal record, and is legally authorized to work in the USA.  Operators are also given an interface to add their skills, past experience, and certifications, which are vetted through our resume screens.  Businesses have full visibility of every operator resume within a 50-mile radius and the ability to search for specific criteria through your business portal.

How do I know if my business could benefit from Veryable on-demand labor?

Veryable is set up to enable a wide range of use cases applicable to manufacturing and distribution businesses of various sizes, levels of operational complexity, industry sector, etc.  Ask yourself a few questions:

— Does my demand vary widely from week to week or month to month?

— Does my business struggle to respond to any variance from the sales forecast?

— Do I ever miss shipments due to capacity constraints?

— Do I have a growing past due backlog that I can never seem to address?

— Do my on-time delivery metrics seem to max out at 70% or below?

— Does my labor productivity vary widely based on the level of firm demand?

— Do I hesitate before hiring an employee because I don’t know what demand is going to be in 2 weeks? 2 months?

— Do I hesitate before firing an employee for the same reason above?

If your answers to any of the questions above are “yes,” your business should stand to benefit from Veryable on-demand labor.  Explore the possibilities by signing up at company.veryableops.com or reaching out to one of our sales representatives at (214) 530-2336.

For more information about the on-demand labor for manufacturing and warehouse applications, please view our website: www.veryableops.com.