MANUFACTURING

Remote locations or non-technical workers
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Remote locations or non-technical workers

We have to be realistic in that a large portion of the average manufacturing workforce does not want to log into a mobile APP or desktop PC. We still need to somehow communicate and share company culture with these people or they forget why they worked for us in the first place.

The multi-site communications disconnect 

Multi-site organisations and businesses with contrasting work environments often find that a one size fits all approach to communications simply doesn’t work. For this reason we often see a disconnect between head office workers and those on the front line delivering the service. This is a massive problem and inevitably results in silos and even resentment. 

Content editing
Employee magazines

Manufacturing workers often find themselves in hazardous or high security environments, places where mobile phones and other digital devices are prohibited. In these scenarios, traditional online communications no longer work, meaning communicators need to think outside of the box and find new ways to engage colleagues. Visibly enables organisations to create, print and ship physical magazines directly from the platform. 

TV projections
Content storage

For construction environments that have access to TV screens, we can project communications directly for workers to digest as they walk by. It could be a simple message from the CEO or a security message regarding a change in Health & Safety, either way we keep you people connected with what’s going on in the wider organisation at all times.

  • ..Industry overview
    Science
    Remote locations or non-technical workers.

    FINANCIAL
    Remote locations or non-technical workers.

    EVENTS
    Complex stakeholder communications.

    Logistics
    Remote locations or non-technical workers

    EDUCATION
    Remote locations or non-technical workers.

    NON PROFIT
    Remote locations or non-technical workers.