Drag & Drop Editor - Creation of smart work instructions and checklists

Process knowledge easily created and shared

Create digital work instructions, checklists, inspection protocols and other process documents quickly and easily.

Use a central point of truth in the software to ensure that this knowledge is always up-to-date and is updated across teams, plants and countries.

Software with Drag & Drop Editor to easily adjust work instructions and checklists

The problems with Word, Excel & Co. and paper

In practice, creating work instructions and checklists in MS Office involves a great deal of manual effort. They also result in media disruptions, as the working documents are printed out on paper.

Paper-based processes are also considered cost-intensive, as paper and printing costs as well as costs for hardware rental and GDPR-compliant shredding of paper documents are incurred.

  • Difficult to insert images, markers, videos

  • Documents are not standardized and difficult to find

  • Media discontinuity from digital to paper

Disadvantages of MS Office and paper-based processes

Create comprehensible documents with just a few clicks

Drag & Drop Editor

Create documents easily and quickly with just a few clicks.

Image and Video Editor

Mehr Klarheit und Verständnis durch das einfache Einbinden von Bildern und Videos schaffen.

If-then Interactions

Show your employees the next process-compliant work step.

Smart documents quickly created

Create your digital work instructions or checklists with just a few clicks using the user-friendly drag & drop editor.

  • Large variety of interactions for work steps

  • Easy embedding of media such as images and videos

  • Efficient and intuitive no-code creation of smart documents

Easy creation of digital checklists and work instructions

Complex content simply communicated

With the image editor, you can add the finishing touches to your visual information for a clearer explanation of the work steps.

  • Highlighting important details through picture elements

  • Forms, text elements and pictograms in the desired color and size

  • Rotation and cropping of images to meet the needs of your employees

Add markers and text on your images for enriching information

A motion picture tells more than a thousand words

Give your employees the highest level of detail when providing information. With the user-friendly video editor, which can even be used on small screens, you can optimize your videos for use on the shopfloor.

  • Comprehensive video editor with many functionalities

  • Reduced effort for video editing

  • No external video tools required

Trim video content to your demand

Point out the next correct step

Use if-then interactions to define the next process step based on the result of an interaction.

  • Reduced complexity for employees thanks to context-based process management

  • Increased process reliability thanks to predefined process logic

  • Avoiding mistakes and fostering autonomy, especially when training new employees

Lead your employees to the next correct step

Say goodbye to MS Office & paper

Contact us now and take the first step towards digitizing your employee-led processes with us.

Paper checklists are simply no longer up to date.

Dr. Alfons Hätscher Chief Financial Officer, Hirschvogel Holding GmbH

Multilingual and centrally maintained test protocols allow us to roll out a global standard for our sites.

Claudio Sutter Project Engineer Process Excellence, KraussMaffei

Time-consuming document creation is a thing of the past.

David Berghold Head of Quality Assurance, Tyromotion GmbH

With Operations1 we were able to reduce our learning time by 67%.

Steffen Paul Head of Future Projects / REFA, POLIPOL

Understandable step-by-step instructions increase employees' autonomy in process execution.

Alexander Kunert Head of Quality Assurance, MCRT GmbH

Easy-to-understand video instructions have reduced the learning time by 45%.

Stephan Wagner Head of Quality and Project Management, BBW Lasertechnik GmbH

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