Examples of wallboards

We design your wallboards based on your needs, while sharing with you the experience acquired thanks to those already put into service in various sectors (industry, logistics, production, continuous improvement, digital, telephone support, sales etc.).

Check out some inspirations below!

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Logistique

The view makes it possible to distribute and rebalance resources between the different sectors

Gemba SIM Board

The Gembaboard allows to report incidents by the operators in industry. At a glance, we can then see the number of incidents reported over the 30 day rolling.

Production monitoring

This wallboard provides a synthetic view of a set of production lines.

KPI & Andon Board

This wallboard gives a view of the entire production on different stations with a notion of remaining time.

SLA & helpdesk monitoring

Offer visibility to your team to develop their own organization and be efficient on SLA. How many tickets do you receive per day/week/month? What is the priority level?

Collaborative (Obeya)

This collaborative wallboard allows teams to have a simplified view on the calendar, tops & flops, everyone’s actions, vacations, etc.

OKR method

The “OKR” wallboard is ideal for displaying company and team indicators, defined according to the OKR (Objective & Key-results) method.

Customer service

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.

Production monitoring

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.

OKR visualization

This wallboard allows you to highlight relevant indicators in the context of companies committed to the “data driven” culture.

QSE communication

This type of wallboard makes it easy to visualize accidents and their types, while passing important instructions.

Warehouse load visibility

Just-in-time in warehouse logistics only processes that can be mapped and measured can be developed and optimized for specific goals to run smoothly, effectively, and reliably.