Often times the reason for a Cisco certification validation failure relates to safety sensitive information. Many smaller companies and small to mid-size organizations (SME’s) are not familiar with safety requirements placed on cabling and equipment. An example of this would be an IT manager placing a much higher standard on new wiring than he does on older equipment. This is not to say that these managers are evil or negligent; it just so happens that the equipment they use affects the employees around them as well. In this case it would be in the best interest for the employer to follow-up on the information with an experienced Cisco safety expert and have them verify the wiring.
A Corvette is a relatively large ship with many moving parts. Each part of the ship needs to work smoothly together to maintain the integrity of the ship while at the same time providing safe and effective operation. One of the many components that makes up the Corinance is the SAP ERP Information Integration System (IS-IS). When this component fails the entire business plan is in jeopardy. Let us look at some typical Cisco certification validation failure scenarios.
A failed SAP exam will cause a Corvette Corbin Validation Failure. This is a result of the improper implementation of SAP ERP at the company level. The Corvette has been built with a single SAP exam in mind. Without proper planning and training this certification could be considered incomplete. To make matters worse the test results from this particular Cisco exam were received after a long delay, which means this business plan needed to be redone, which had the potential to cost company thousands of dollars.
Another Validation failure can come about if the safety-sensitive functions in the engine room are not properly tested. In this example, a failure in one of the alcohol tests (the most critical step in the entire safety-sensitive functions process) would set the business back many thousands of dollars in lost revenue. If the alcohol test was not redone then the fire would continue spreading. In addition to the costs of losing revenue this would also delay the return-to-duty process.
A Cisco drug test might also lead to a Cisco certification validation failure if the information gathered in the drug test was not used appropriately. For example, if the test revealed information that could show an employee had taken drugs previously this could mean that person would be fired because of the fact that they were using drugs. However, if the information came from an alcohol test then the employee would not necessarily be fired. Rather, they might simply need to go through counseling as the company wants to make sure that the employee is not still under the influence before they are put back on the job.
When it comes to Cisco’s customer relationship management (CRM) software many companies fail at the implementation stage. A good way to judge the success or failure of the Cisco systems is to look at how the system was set up. The system was created for the intake of data from the customer’s cell phone to enable them to receive customer service from someone other than the customer support representative. If the company did not set up the software with this in mind then it is very likely that a customer will be frustrated when they call the customer support center for help. This can result in the customer leaving a message which will have to be answered or they might just hang up.
One of the most common reasons that Cisco users experience Intake System Validation Failure is because of the failure of the software’s fuel-injection injectors. The injectors are designed to control the amount of gas that is injected into the vehicle at any given time. If for some reason the software cannot determine how much fuel to inject or if there is an error in the fuel-injection process then the injectors will be unable to work properly which could result in the vehicle not being able to maintain a constant engine speed or maintain a consistent acceleration.