In order to be as close to your expectations as possible, we work in an agile and personalized manner.
Human factor is crucial in a visual management project. Like any project, the benefits and impacts are sometimes difficult to anticipate: it’s better to move forward in «test & learn» mode. This is precisely what a Proof of Concept (POC) allows, flexible and time-limited before taking stock. Here are the 6 key steps of a project with Pingflow.
Define the “key users” of our solution, project leader, IT team and the final wallboards users.
Understand your objectives and expectations to assess success and areas for improvement.
Determine which indicators to monitor and which data to connect to the wallboard.
Prototyping your wallboard by determining ergonomics and visual aspect.
Set the equipment location, install it and configure the wallboard in full screen.
Identify strengths and areas for improvement following initial feedback from end users.
Pingview is the state-of-the-art dynamic data display and visualization solution. Visualize your performances instantly and collaboratively with your team on large screens, also called wallboards!
Our team supports your company in the key steps of digital visual management for an increase in autonomy
Through its expertise in the industrial sector, we can integrate and develop HMI adapted to your industrial organization
In continual innovation, our technical team works agilely to best meet your evolution needs.
We are constantly monitoring management and team management topics to detect new trends.
Find our white papers on digital visual management, advice on project methodologies and management of team rituals.
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 team is at your disposal to define your digital visual management project.