With Mevisio, visualization takes place using digital pulse boards that facilitate collaboration for different types of teams.

The boards are designed to feel intuitive and inviting to use. Mevisio is developed from the ground up to work well on Touch-based devices such as large touchscreens and tablets. You can meet your team at a large touch screen and have an effective pulse meeting. At the same time, you can take the board with you when you travel, and connect and work in the board at the same time as the others in the team and see updates immediately.

Mevisio is a flexible platform where it is possible to build a variety of different types of boards. Each board is built up by choosing from several ready-made modules. You can e.g. choose from modules for diagrams, removable cards for e.g. Kanban, tables, maps, feedback smileys, forms, checklists. Your board will thus be completely unique and adapted to your needs. The modules are also smart – for each module there is a connection to an advanced database that is designed according to your business. You can also choose that the modules share data with each other, so you can display the same data in several boards but in the way that best suits the respective forum.

One of the biggest advantages of running visualization digitally is that you can connect and send suggestions between the boards. In this way, you can escalate matters to management, who in turn can also delegate tasks to the various teams. It is also possible to build up a structure with, for example, different main projects that contain sub-projects, which in turn contain timetables and activities. It is also possible to get an overall picture by compiling the data into overall tables with aggregated information from underlying tables. In this way, for example, management’s overall strategy and key figures can be broken down and visualized for each team in the entire business. When the teams link activities to this, the management can then immediately see how the business is progressing towards the goals.

Areas of use for different departments:

A production manager holds a daily meeting with his production leaders for the various factories in the country. Earlier in the day, each production leader had their morning meetings at large Touch Screens, which are located in a central place outside the production in each factory. Everyone has their own board in Mevisio and at the joint meeting they have a board that compiles the information from the others in real time. The meeting will then be efficient and you can quickly solve the day’s problems and thus guarantee that all orders are sent on time.

In hospital management, each department head uses digital visualization boards to manage patient flow between departments. At the same time, it is important to collect ideas and suggestions for improvement, to improve patient safety and lead times, from both patients and employees. All patients can submit their ideas from tablets in the waiting room, and they will appear directly on the relevant department’s whiteboard.

The sales manager has in his board an integration with the CRM system that retrieves customer information. In addition to visualizing the sales goals, the board is also used to lead and follow up all major initiatives and also to hand over the sold projects to the project managers. The sellers manage their initiatives and to-do points in the mobile and everything is compiled on the common board.

The project manager responsible for all new development projects uses a couple of different boards to drive their projects. The boards are divided into different parts to plan and distribute tasks to the project members. Once a week, he has extra focus on the board that visualizes and prioritizes risks. It helps the projects reach their goals regarding time, cost and quality.

The person responsible for recruitment in the HR department has a board that collects all recruitment needs from the organization. On the recruitment board, everyone can track their recruitment cases and also switch to a view that shows where their potential candidates are in the recruitment process. After an agreement has been written, the matter is moved to the board where the introduction process is handled.

The CEO uses a set of multiple management boards that aggregate data from all the different boards used to manage the entire company. She then gets an aggregated picture of what works well in the business and what needs to be examined more closely. At this week’s management meeting, she can quickly ensure that there is a common understanding in the management team of which departments and processes are meeting their goals. They can also discuss and reprioritize the strategies in the business plan – which is of course visualized on a board that the board is also involved in.

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