Pingview is a visual management SaaS solution dedicated to operational excellence…
Become autonomous quickly and update your wallboards at any time. Easy to configure and use, the solution digitizes visual boards and tools, removing paper limitations while safeguarding human interactions, offering a unique tool for perfomance and operations management.
Plung Pingview into any IT system or equipment thanks to standard connectors : databases, files, webservices easily and securely.
Combine all your data from your business tools and your information system to highlight them on wallboards!
Benefit from the multitude of graphical widgets for an intuitive wallboard design via a drag & drop interface
Automate the reporting of information to avoid unnecessary reporting. Goodbye the constraints of updating paper or post it!
Manage the displaying of your wallboards with recurring or one-time automatic planning and drive all your display units.
Pingview allows you to connect your data, work on the ergonomics and visual rendering of your wallboards. Then display them on monitors with a secure URL. It’s also possible to insert clickable elements to allow touch-sensitive navigation.
Report and connect the different data sources required. You can also apply processings directly in Pingview (filter, sort, etc.)
Work on the ergonomics (UI) and the visual aspect of your wallboard thanks to our online designer. Exploit previously connected data in different widgets (text, image, PDF, graphic, iFrame, etc.) and add display conditions according to data.
Create a display point (URL) and display your wallboard on a screen. You can also plan display slots for each wallboard.
How best to choose your digital visual management solution? The more visual is information, the more likely it is to be remembered. When information is presented orally, only 10% is memorised by individuals after three days.
Some examples of wallboards inspired by our clients.
This type of wallboard allows you to animate your performance rituals thanks to a global and specific view.
This type of wallboard makes it easy to visualize accidents and their types, while passing important instructions.
Just-in-time in warehouse logisticss only processes that can be mapped and measured can be developed and optimized for specific goals to run smoothly, effectively, and reliably.
This wallboard optimizes the management of shipments within a warehouse.
An adaptable shop floor management wallboard to light up your production data on displays directly on the shop floor and organize the communication of your data even more efficiently.
This wallboard allows you to follow the line stoppages in manufacturing and know where to act first.
This collaborative wallboard, connected to Office 365 tools, allows teams to exploit the data generated in their Sharepoint, Excel Online etc.
This wallboard allows you to highlight relevant indicators in the context of companies committed to the “data driven” culture.
This wallboard helps boosting the efficiency of a call center, by allowing operators to see the number of incoming / handled calls, the average time spent per call and other useful and motivating indicators.
Why did you automatically put the emphasis on SIMs? It is the very philosophy of these meetings that interested Cyril Varraux: “when we work in a traditional way, the meetings are devoted to what happened the day before, what we could or should have done. In a SIM we focus on the current problems, and on the way in which we commit to solving them: the team leaders obtain the answer, or a commitment to answer, to their problem of the moment in real time”.
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.
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