Increase operational excellence on the shopfloor

With Operations1, your employee-led processes become more secure, efficient and transparent. This not only increases your productivity and reduces error rates, but also allows you to flexibly and continuously further optimize your operational processes.

  • +21% higher producitvity
  • +55% higher quality
  • -95% effort for docu

Reduce errors by 55%

Avoid process deviations through visual guidance that leads to lower scrap, rework and customer complaints

  • One point of truth through always up-to-date and audit-proof documents on the shopfloor

  • Increased process reliability through intuitive step-by-step guidance

  • Continuous process improvements through easy evaluation of error images and process statistics

Boost productivity by 21%

Execute processes faster through tailored information provisioning and elimination of manual data transfers

  • Elimination of any search effort through automatic provision of process and context information

  • Efficient process execution instead of long lists and complex instructions

  • Automation of any data transfer to third-party systems and IoT devices

Continuously improve

Flexibly adjust process standards based on real-time data insights and frontline worker feedback

  • Establishment of living processes through simple feedback options for your employees

  • Comprehensive transparency of process statistics and individual records

  • Increased informational depth through evaluation of error images and videos

Learn more about the Operations1 platform

Our experts will be happy to advise you on how you can increase your operational excellence with Operations1. Simply select a suitable appointment.

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

Christoph Lenze Head of Production, Brückner Maschinenbau

By constantly increasing our knowledge, we find solutions faster and reduce downtimes.

Stefan Führer Maintenance Leader, Hirschvogel Automotive

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

Steffen Paul Head of Industrial Engineering, POLIPOL

Through Operations1 we save about 170 kCHF annually.

Cyril Maurer Head of Production and Test Bench, Soudronic AG

The digital documentation provides us important insights, so we can react better and faster.

Thomas Adamek Head of IT & Qualitymanagement, Nabertherm GmbH

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Interesting blog posts on operational excellence

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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Offering customers a wide range of variants will not be a differentiating feature in perspective, but a standard that must also be taken into account operationally in assembly processes, testing processes and other workflows. As the number of variants increases, a suitable data structure becomes more and more important.

Moritz Stern

Oct 25, 2021

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Efficient and lean production processes not only save money. Companies can secure their long-term success by avoiding wasteful, non-value-adding activities. In contrast, paper-based work instructions and checklists are in stark conflict with lean working methods. Companies that want to increase their productivity and improve their product quality should banish paperwork on the shop floor in favor of software.

Alla Kopytova

Mar 7, 2022

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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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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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