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Is your company interested in reaping the benefits of continuous improvement (transparency, efficiency, cost reductions, etc.) but aren't sure where to begin? Dozuki has you covered.
In this article we will highlight how our software can help. With Dozuki you can create, share, and improve the processes that keep your company moving forward, providing a real-time view of training and production metrics. Easier to setup than a full ERP system, and more manageable than excel or word documents, Dozuki is a better way to build a continuous improvement culture.
Standardization is the foundation for improving. For years, companies have relied on outdated software like Powerpoint or Word to standardize their processes. The result: confusing, insecure, and hard to update documentation.
Dozuki is a powerful software tool, designed with responsive features for your company’s needs. Collect essential data in real-time with data capture. Create and distribute documents from anywhere with centralized management. Leverage insights from your most experienced employees with built-in feedback tools.
Dozuki is a Lean tool, built to eliminate waste and make your company more efficient.
Use time observations to objectively record all repeated procedures. Maintain a standard format and supplement text with visuals.
Authoring in Dozuki uses templates with an emphasis on clear visual instructions.
Release the standardized procedures to essential employees and track progress.
Dozuki can display instructions one step at a time, tracking efficiency and gathering essential data.
Collect data directly from your procedures for analysis. Use these insights to improve processes and eliminate waste.
Customizable dashboards in Dozuki collect data and feedback automatically, allowing you to easily identify areas for improvement.
Gather the necessary approvals and release new versions to the relevant personnel; making sure to archive outdated procedures.
Dozuki automates this entire process, including release notes to help explain changes.
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