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workflow management

Coordinate your frontline workers in real-time and enable them to make better decisions.
By connecting frontline workers into a digital ecosystem, work can be coordinated in real-time. This allows for fully dynamic process design, where processes become adaptable to ad hoc changes in the production flow. Interruptions of plans become less of an issue and operators can make better decisions based on an accurate view of all relevant data points.
digital workflows in the smart factory

3 simple steps to create workflows

The WORKERBASE platform is an event driven system, that allows to map any kind of workflow in a simple 3 step process.
Event source: Events can be captured from a wide array of sources. They can originate from machine data connected to the system, from actions of the staff or be timer based. The event sources are freely extendable with new system connectors or even more complex functions. 
Conditions: When an event occurs, a range of conditions have to be met in order for an action to get triggered. The conditions can be constructed using simple AND/OR logic and a wide range of data points such a user’s location, previous events’ data or machine data.
Actions: WORKERBASE supports a wide range of actions once an even gets triggered. The most typical action is to start a new task for a worker or a group of workers. Such a task can then be sent to the staff based on conditions such as people’s location, skill, availability or area of responsibility. Besides issuing tasks for workers, the platform can also send back data to other systems, send emails, write to a database or execute any user defined functionality (Serverless functions).

Benefits of real-time work coordination

Most operations today are statically organized when it comes to human work processes. Plans are created A-Z although in many cases the actual work performed on the shopfloor is deviating from such plans. This is a natural phenomenon since even the most perfectly crafted plan cannot cater for every single disruption that may occur. In a real-time work coordination environment, such plans are broken into smaller segments. These segments flow into each other using a system of business rules. If things do not work according to plan or individual work processes get delayed, the system is easily able to adapt without human intervention.
Minimized waiting time between process steps
Better utilization of highly skilled workers
Better overall utilization of workforce resources
Optimal process flow

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