Connect, Custom, Display !
Pingview allows you to provide visibility to operators through screens connected to business data.
The wallboards are displayed in the factory, through the warehouse and up to the support functions, in the offices or remotely.
Digital Visual Management (DVM) refers to the use of digital tools and displays to visually communicate information in real-time. The goal is to provide a clear and concise overview of key performance indicators, project progress, and other relevant information to support decision making and improve overall performance. The displays are updated in real-time and can include graphs, charts, tables, and images to help understand complex information and data. DVM is commonly used in manufacturing, supply chain management, and other industries where effective communication and visualization of data is essential.
How to drive industry 4.0 transformation?
Boost your team operational excellence with the power of digital visual management
How to drive a human-centric digital transformation ?
View activity in real time and make sure it is displayed at the same time on different sites.
Do you want to empower your employees in their missions?
Short Interval Management
Manage your teams around daily rituals for continuous improvement
Do you want to align your strategic vision with the operational?
Data driven monitoring
Display easily business information to better manage your business
A customized wallboard with Pingview
The concept of digital “wallboard” for operational excellence, means screens constantly displaying information and indicators useful to the team, to facilitate team empowerment.
The solution Pingview connects information from multiple sources. Wallboards display in real time key information of your activity. It facilitates decision-making by viewing relevant information.
Media & Files
O365 & Google
Discover the digital wallboard with Pingview
If the topics of operational excellence, performance and digital transformation araise your interest, discover the concept of digital wallboard to animate perfromance for the shop floor teams and frontline workers in a dynamic way. .
Your project with Pingflow
Our team of experts in visual management assists you during the key stages of your project.
Proof of Concept
Our services are adapted according to your needs and maturity on the project. A P.O.C. (Proof Of Concept) is essential to launch a digital visual management project.
Each organization has its own culture of animation and management. The success of your wallboards depends on its fit to your organization.
We work on a agile way with design thinking and prototyping workshops in close proximity to your project & IT teams.
Read our white papers to learn more about digital visual management. From industry 4.0 to the digital workplace, digital visual management facilitates team animation, information communication and decision-making.
Andon and visual management: The essential partnership of factory 4.0
Used in the manufacturing industry as part of lean management, the Andon system allows alerts to be raised against anomalies in the production process. Often physically implemented as a box or a pull line, Andon is foremost a way of alerting the manager to a problem.
Our customers are major players in industry or services, SMB or large groups : they have tested digital visual management and explain the changes they benefit from.
Groupe Atlantic wish to digitize the SIM (Short Interval Management) of the factory with very clear expectations: a system that simplifies and streamlines the production information and its visual “translation” into clear indicators, centralize and monitor the various action plans for the plant.
The Short Interval Management made digital on the wallboards focus on the current problems, and on the way in which we commit to solving them for continuous improvement and operational excellence
Tiag Industries has reached the milestone of factory 4.0 through the robotization of its extrusion fleet and the digitalization of workstation information.
Installation of wallboards connected to the “infflux” traceability software in logistics warehouses
A paper flowboard, a large synoptic spreadsheet schematizing the production lines, made it possible to follow the progress of each part during production, which each team leader would then “point” during the shift.
The challenge is to meet the information needs of Daher’s “frontline workers”, ie non-computerized people in the field, to disseminate business information in the field by reusing existing screens.
How to digitize operators’ incident reports and allow managers to have a synthetic view of the current month?
Visual management blog
Benefit from insights on digital visual management topics
How Atlantic group make SIM digital in record time
In barely 3 months, the teams at the Atlantic group site in Billy-Berclau have succeeded in digitizing their SIM (Short Interval Management) visual management materials (TOP (…)
Managing your energy consumption in industry: how to take advantage of visual management?
Measuring, establishing standards, leading teams around these issues: this is the key to success in controlling energy consumption in industry.
No Code/Low Code : the best way to digitize your factories?
Develop faster, without knowing how to program, applications designed by and for your teams: the promise of No (or Low) Code platforms is great. How does (…)
Metso Outotec: digital wallboards to “align” all of its production
From sales to shipments, via machining and assembly: by involving all of its teams in the improvement of animation rituals (SIM), the Metso Outotec factory in (…)
How TIAG Industries is accelerating towards 4.0
In Corrèze, this SME with 120 employees has designed with its production operators a production monitoring and visual management system that is precise, ergonomic and in (…)
Calculate the ROI of visual management to convince your management
It has now been several months since your visual management screens were deployed within your department. Thanks to the assessments carried out regularly, you have been (…)
Supply chain and IT collaboration: how does visual management break down silos?
This is not a surprise for any company: there are silos between the different trades. The causes are multiple: the specialization of each, the architecture of (…)
The Manager’s Toolbox of 2020
With the transformation of companies, the needs for real-time management and growing collaboration, the role of managers is changing. They must therefore have adequate tools for (…)
Industry 4.0: the connected panel for frontline workers
In recent years, managers have been the first to benefit from new digital tools deployed to facilitate and develop their missions (such as Microsoft 365 with (…)