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Transcript: AmerisourcE HR: Implementation Timeline PRODUCT SPECIALIST TIMELINE OVERVIEW PHASE 1 Introduction to team via kickoff email Introduce ASHR HCM standards / best practices Set a timeline for touchbase meetings Gather client expectations for new system Gather client frustrations with current system 1 CLIENT INTRODUCTION PHASE 2 Initial meetings are scheduled with HRIS Project Managers based off of the different modules selected (Payroll, Onboarding, Recruiting, Time & Labor, etc.) In this initial phase of Implementation with the chosen system, objectives should be laid out on what the client is expecting and what the system is capable of and voiced so that we are all on the same page and to ensure a successful Implementation process. 2 IMPLEMENTATION OBJECTIVES PHASE 3 3 During this phase of implementation as the client is assigned different product specialists, they will give the client a more thorough timeline on when to expect their products to be ready They will also highlight any prior information needed from the previous system All data extractions from the old system to the new will be scheduled and will take place during this phase as well PHASE 4 During this phase of implementation our Team is tackling the dual-maintenance phase of the project. This includes, but is not limited to, new hires, terminations, rehires, and EAD uploads (earnings, accruals, and deductions) Continuous dual system audits 4 DUAL MAINTENANCE PHASE 5 During the final overview this will be the final audit phase for any questions or adjustments needed before the client is assigned a dedicated Account Manager Employees will start utilizing the Time and Labor system The client's first payroll will take place within the system guided by their Implementation Specialist 5 HRIS FINAL OVERVIEW PHASE 6 After a successful first payroll, the client will now be assigned a dedicated Account Manager and are completed with the Implementation phase of the project Make sure to connect with the client before the Implementation close out to ensure that we have done our part on addressing any issues or answering any questions that they may have regarding their new system 6 HRIS PROJECT COMPLETION PHASE 7 In closing out the HCM project, our Team will send out a "Congratulations" email and thank them for choosing Amerisource for their Implementation process In this final phase of the timeline, it is also important to make the client aware of additional services that we provide: Payroll, Benefits, HR Services, etc. 7 AMERISOURCE PROJECT COMPLETION

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Transcript: TIMELINE Tayvohn Cole The Vinyl Factory 02/04/2004 1857 1857 Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinsville’s invention of the Phonautograph was given a license by Léon Scott. The Phonautograph was a machine that could print out sound waves and record sound, it was unable to play music. 1877 1877 This man created the first device capable of recording and replaying sound. His preferred innovation was the phonograph. In 1877, a Menlo Park lab developed the first phonograph. The central cylinder was encircled by a strip of tin foil. 1887 1887 Emile Berliner, a German immigrant, received the first patent for a series of advancements that led to the creation of the phonograph, the first successful and popular record player. He also developed a method for producing several copies of a single recording in bulk. 1894 1894 The 7-inch record was invented. As a result, many sizes were tried out after record players became widely available. The standard was 7-inch records for an exceptionally lengthy period. 1901 1901 Although 10-inch records were produced in 1901, the first vinyl records of a standard size did not appear on the market until 1948. 1903 1902 Victor introduced 12-inch discs on their Deluxe label; these could play for up to four minutes, surpassing what were previously unachievable times for the length of a song or speech. All the Victor Grand Concert Band's initial 12-inch releases were conducted by Frederick W. 1925 1925 78s can store up to five minutes of music, whereas 33s can store up to 20 minutes. Records at 78 RPM spin at a quicker rate than those at 33 and 45 RPM. Because 78s have broader grooves than vinyl records, the stylus must likewise be wider. Records played at 78 RPM are mono and can only be heard through one channel. 1931 1931 The first vinyl long-playing record made commercially was released in 1930 by RCA Victor. This modern record had a playback speed of 33⅓ rpm as opposed to 78 rpm, and it had a 12-inch diameter. 1931 came after the lengthy era of 10-inch shellac records. the very first 12" LP vinyl record made by RCA Victor that was marketed for sale. 1948 1948 The first vinyl record was released with support from Columbia Records at the soon-to-be-standard 33 1/3 rpm speed. A 12-inch record's playtime was increased to 21 minutes using microgroove plastic. A replacement for the venerable 10-inch 78 RPM record, the traditional format for distributing music for almost 50 years, was launched by Columbia Records in June 1948, shocking the recorded music industry. 1959 1959 Vinyl records got more affordable because they carry more music per side as the record labels began to record increasingly popular music. Furthermore, a lack of shellac during World War II accelerated the end of the 78 RPM record period. In 1959, the final 78 records were created. 1962 1962 The Philips firm first created the cassette tape, also known as the compact cassette, in 1962 in Belgium. On August 30, 1963, Philips introduced the idea to Europe at the Berlin Radio Show; the following year, in November, it was introduced in the United States. 1982 1982 CDs were made accessible to the public, and they rapidly rose to the top spot for music storage. Music used to be saved and played on vinyl records and cassette tapes before CDs. Present day Present day Records themselves have not altered much, despite advances in sound reproduction technology, and for good reason—better sound. Vinyl provides an analogue sound that reverberates and produces a warm sound that is unique to vinyl.

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Transcript: 2015 Testing of static formation of paper begins. 2050 2020 Specific bacteria catalytic technology would be integrated. 2045 2015 2055 2015 Testing begins. 2030 2070 Testing begins. 2015 2060 2035 Biogas ready for production Non-permeable nano-capsules developed. Test to ensure that it can hold the chemicals. Non-permeable nano-capsules developed. Test to ensure that it can hold the chemicals. 2035 ThermoPulp ready for production. Microwave paper dryer ready for national use. Nano-capsules fused with pulp, pulp now reactive - test to ensure paper can be made. 2045 2055 2060 2025 207o Specific bacteria catalytic technology would be integrated. Nano capsule delivery system prototyped. 2070 Charging material ready for prototyping of the convey mat. 2070 Research into the possibility of temperature reactive chemicals. 2070 Begin research into specific bacteria catalytic technology. Material X becomes available Nano-capsules fused with pulp, pulp now reactive - test to ensure paper can be made. Biogas ready for production Research goes into more efficient and higher power magnetrons or other microwave emitting device. Research into microwave technologies. 2035 Add HDPE layer and test for food safety. 2025 2040 2045 Specific bacteria catalytic technology would be developed. Proof of concept confirmed for dry paper formation by static charge. 2070 2015 2060 Add HDPE layer and test for food safety. Development starts on creating a paper dryer using new microwave technology and shielding enclosure. ThermoPulp ready for production. Colour-changing chemical developed. Begin production with varying sensitivities and colours. 2030 2055 Development of static formation of paper machine finished. Designs begin. 2025 Static formation of paper ready for use. Research into the feasibility of static formation of paper. 2050 2055 Implementation Timeline The first Microwave paper dryer goes into commission. 207o 2060 Development of miccrowave dryer finished. Design begins.

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