Just as a mechanic takes good care of a car’s engine to make sure it is always ready to go and able to deliver maximum performance, we take the same level of care when it comes to optimising processes and process technology. This puts us in the perfect position to offer process and functional improvements so you can create uniform working standards for all your employees. Our experts link these standards in work value maps to map complex work. A work value map consists of several service categories. We use to these categories to identify how much a service costs and how much revenue it generates.
Providing standardised processes
Many companies think that their procedures and processes are too individual to be able to compare them with the processes that other companies use. This situation resulted in the creation of the normling. A normling is built and documented digitally – there is no physical version. It is a plant that exists exclusively in the virtual world and could theoretically be located at any plant operator’s site. This means that the normling can be used as the neutral abstraction basis from which processes, functions and systems can be derived. This basis has made it is possible to establish cross-company benchmarks in the market for the first time. It eliminates the discussion of ‘but everything is different in my case’ because we abstract from a neutral object that every operators could use.
The DIN SPEC group 77221 was founded to establish this standard. The committee records its findings and universal descriptions in an official DIN document. The fact that everything is virtual enables every plant operator to carry out an actual comparison.