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NEWS | March 23, 2022

GCSS-Army: Use “My Work Place” for Increased Productivity

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GCSS-Army’s Automated Identification Technology (AIT) “My Work Place” User Interface 5 (UI5) allows end users to conduct day-to-day tasks in less time while minimizing the potential for errors, increasing productivity.

GCSS-A managers can use transaction code ZAIT to customize their team’s access to “My Work Place.” For example, a customization can assign tasks to members, such as dispatching and processing turn-ins, creating notification work orders or performing goods receipts and issue.
“My Work Place” also provides users visual indicators (tiles)that support timely decision making on which areas need attention. This approach can decrease training time since users can quickly understand the tiles.

                                                                                                                     UI5 Tile
UI5 Tile
As an added benefit, “My Work Place” uses suggestive search technology that allows strings of information to search GCSS-A in various ways using admin numbers, equipment numbers, serial numbers or descriptions to create notifications or dispatches. 

Search by admin number... equipment ID... or equipment name

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