They also result in customer frustration and missed opportunities for referrals and returned business.Businesses who process PCs often require a valid “proof-of-failure” to be included with any component that needs to be returned to a supplier.e Test Manager provides the ability to create self-booting Pc-Check media on CD and USB flash drive.
In order to achieve greater efficiency, diagnostic tools need to be easy to use and highly repeatable.
The training and repeatability issues are even more pressing when businesses attempt to scale up operations and increase output.
Diagnostic solutions need to be portable and deployable In order for companies to achieve the most benefits from them.
Field repair technicians may require diagnostic solutions on USB thumb drives while factory technicians may require network deployable solutions.
Pc-Check can be configured to launch test scripts on program boot-up allowing technicians to run the same consistent testing each time they run Pc-Check.
This flexibility provides capabilities for managing support and repair workloads, ensuring that technicians are able to identify hardware faults quickly, saving hundreds of man-hours in fault testing, and even allowing end users to test and review their own PCs.Pc-Check also allows PC errors and failures to be diagnosed in the field eliminating huge shipping costs induced by mailing the entire unit back.Operations that are responsible for testing and validating PC hardware require a wide range of test coverage in order to diagnose the variety of PC components including motherboards, memory, hard drives, video adapters, network interfaces, optical drives, communication ports such as USB, and Fire Wire, and much more.Pc-Check includes an easy-to-navigate, simple yet comprehensive interface for launching diagnostic tests on demand.Pc-Check provides maximum control and flexibility of test behavior through configurable test parameters and test script utilization.The captured results should also be available in a file format that facilitates migration into a database such as the XML file format.