Review Meetings

CiteOps replaces whiteboards and run charts with a touch interface for supervisors (deputies) to enter their end-of-shift results.

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Actuals on a Tablet

Our new Actuals web app makes it possible to take your plan into the field on a tablet device. Using a tablet your supervisors can continuously update you on their progress against KPIs, the tasks they have completed and any issues they are encountering along the way.

Anything that is entered into our actuals screens is instantly visible on your planning screens so you can see how things are going and the crew can see how they are progressing towards weekly targets.

Actuals Screens

The “Actuals” screen has a simple design, which, combined with a touch interface, delivers the simplest way of capturing and holding supervisors accountable for end-of-shift KPI and task completion results.

In our management operating system, the “Actuals” touch screen is accessible from a computer attached to touch screen that is often placed close to the shift manager to encourage an end of shift performance conversation with the accountable supervisor.

The top row indicates the process for which the actuals are being input or displayed. The body of the touch screen is divided into three columns, for the most recently completed shift, the current shift and the upcoming shift. Once the shift’s KPI statistics are keyed in they are displayed underneath the targets for those KPIs with colours representing their status.

Below the KPIs, tasks that were planned for the shift should be marked with their percent complete.

The bottom of the actuals screen displays two KPIs e.g. cumulative meters and cumulative operating time, comparing actuals to targets for the current week.

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Dig Deeper

Download our case studies and white papers

Case Study – Coal Mine: Increase in Production
Case Study – Gold Mine Turnaround: Increase in Gold Production
White Paper – Influencing Behaviour Change: Why a Software-driven Planning System Beats Spreadsheets
White Paper – Planned Work Is Safe Work: Eliminating Risks In Mining Operations