The leading software platform to empower your workers achieve excellence become future-proof eliminate complexity create satisfaction boost productivity

Operations1 is the most advanced and scalable platform that helps industry leaders to run operations on a new level of excellence by increasing productivity by up to 21%, reducing error rates by up to 55% and continuously streamlining their operational processes.

Industry leaders work with Operations1

We serve our customers in three core dimensions

Empower every worker

across all manufacturing processes

  • Eliminate complexity
  • Increase flexibility
  • Create satisfaction

Boost operational excellence

in your production sites

  • Reduce errors by 55%
  • Boost productivity by 21%
  • Continuously improve

Build future-proof operations

across your whole enterprise

  • Lighten up the blind spot
  • Improve velocity by 65%
  • Strengthen agility

Simplify inspections, checks, SOPs and more

  • Guide your workers Use work instructions and checklists as the basis to conduct processes safely and efficiently

  • Capture insights Evaluate shopfloor data easily based on systematically captured data, images or videos

  • Solve incidents collaboratively Create, assign and solve tasks in case of any unforeseen incident and ensure that jobs get done

Discover your use case

Operations1 is the all-in-one solution for your human-led shopfloor operations.

Quality

Innovative quality checks for industrial SMEs. No more manual data transfer and a new level of quality insights captured on the spot.

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Maintenance

The intuitive last mile in maintenance. Centralized maintenance knowledge, easy process guidance and audit-proof maintenance reports.

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Assembly

More quality and precision. Intuitive guidance, integrated checks and automatic reports. Seamlessly integrated in your IT infrastructure.

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Audit & HSSE

Perform and evaluate audits easily with digital checklists. Automatic reports, systematic analytics and integrated incident management.

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  • +21% Higher productivity
  • +55% Increase in quality
  • -95% Documentation effort

We aim to empower the front line workers and help companies to capture the benefits of digitization.

Benjamin Brockmann CEO, Operations1

Our value promise

Ever since we founded the company, it is our ambition to fundamentally change the way operational processes are conducted. On the one hand, we aim to bring human centricity into shopfloor by making processes more intuitive. On the other hand, we want to enable enterprises to benefit from shopfloor digitization quick und sustainably, by providing a software that is highly flexible and structurally advanced in order to capture on-the-spot insights and derive the right conclusions in no time.

Start your success journey with Operations1 now!

Arrange a non-binding appointment with our team. Our experts will be happy to advise you on the next steps on your way to a paperless factory based on your individual use case!

With Operations1, we deliver the highest quality, regardless of location, language and qualifications.

Christoph Lenze Head of Production, Brückner Maschinenbau

Operations1 is internationally scalable, in all our divisions and across our entire organization.

Dr. Alfons Hätscher Chief Financial Officer, Hirschvogel Holding GmbH

With Operations1, we digitized the last mile to the worker in an integrated way.

Steffen Paul Head of Industrial Engineering, POLIPOL

Every company can benefit from Operations1: from assembly instructions to quality checks.

Georg Glasewald Head of Production, Yuanda Robotics

With Operations1, we establish living processes and increase process reliability.

Cyril Maurer Head of Production and Test Bench, Soudronic AG

Learn more about the Operations1 platform

In our demo video, we will guide you through our central modules and functionalities.

You are in good company

More information on Operational Excellence

The connection of operational employees has arrived on the agenda of international executives of manufacturing companies. Pioneers can already measure enormous successes, while the majority of companies are still at the stage of paper, ERP interfaces on the shopfloor and fragmented in-house developments.

Moritz Stern

Jun 30, 2022

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On 10 and 11 May 2022, we as Operations1 were nominated as one of the top 5 start-ups in the field of production and were thus able to engage in an exchange with many executives from Germany's most innovative factories. What was particularly motivating about this was that instead of focusing exclusively on the short-term challenges in global supply chains, the focus was particularly on the topics of sustainability, value orientation and digitalisation.

Moritz Stern

Jun 2, 2022

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Operational excellence is no longer an option - for companies that want to survive in volatile, unsteady waters, there is no alternative. Numerous methods and instruments have developed around the management approach to support the achievement of objectives. Lean Management, Kaizen or Six Sigma are just a few examples. Another underestimated lever for achieving excellence goals is digitalization. We explain what operational excellence is and how you can take advantage of digitization to achieve excellence goals.

Alla Kopytova

Feb 28, 2022

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Responsibility for quality is increasingly being transferred to manufacturing departments. Nevertheless, worker self-inspection is a much-discussed topic – in addition to proponents, there are also critical voices.

Moritz Stern

Oct 20, 2021

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Manufacturing companies are increasingly confronted with a variety of challenges: external shocks such as pandemics, wars and global supply bottlenecks are forcing medium-sized companies in particular to become more agile. Internal market developments such as the shortage of skilled workers, an increasing demand for high product diversity, and shortened product life cycles add to the difficulty. The methods and tools of lean management are therefore more important than ever many years after they were first described. The good news: it is easier today than ever before to implement them.

Alla Kopytova

Mar 28, 2022

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Many manufacturing companies still use paper-based checklists in quality inspection. However, static inspection documentation poses several quality risks at once.

Moritz Stern

Oct 20, 2021

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In many industrial companies, more and more frequently necessary retrofitting causes unproductive times for employees and production losses. Depending on the complexity of the changeover, this can take a correspondingly long time and be error-prone. Digital assistance platforms can provide support here. Learn how.

Julia Grobe

Oct 22, 2021

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Machines and systems, but also building services installations, must be inspected and maintained at regular intervals to ensure that production operations run smoothly. Daily maintenance plans are an integral part of maintenance and must therefore be carefully attended to at all times.

Moritz Stern

Oct 25, 2021

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Writing work instructions is cumbersome. We understand that. But we would still like to take up the cudgels for them. Comprehensible step-by-step instructions not only help to carry out activities correctly. The creation of work instructions is an underestimated, value-adding process: processes are critically analyzed and further developed in the process. That's why we don't just want to give you tips on how to write really good work instructions. We will show you the potential that writing them holds for industrial companies. Read on to find out how you can leverage this potential. Or, jump straight to the content and style of the perfect work instruction.

Alla Kopytova

Feb 3, 2022

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The importance of high-quality work instructions is constantly increasing. In times of COVID-19, a shortage of skilled workers, small batch sizes and varied productions, a precise work instruction is the gold of the 21st century. Find out here how to create a professional work instruction and what you have to pay attention to.

Moritz Stern

Oct 18, 2021

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