Navia is an operational management software package that will literally allow you to manage the entire activity of your organisation on a single platform, turning the daily management of your business into a simple, reliable and efficient process. It is quick and easy to implement, is user-friendly and can be summed up in three essential steps:
Infrastructures - Define your organisation.
List the physical structures of your organisation. Input the equipment, locations, infrastructures, laboratories, machinery, etc. Next, specify the report types for each piece of equipment, itemising, for example, functionalities, parameters, records, etc. The process is simple and user-friendly and at any point you can add, modify or remove structures. For an IMS system, the information can be input automatically.
Task definition - Define procedures and activities.
Next, define the job positions in your organisation and attribute tasks for each position defined. All the tasks, whether they be operations, maintenance, quality control, safety or risk management, or any other, may be preventive, corrective or inspection. For each area, all the activities will be specified in detail, listing all the records and all the checks that each staff member must carry out. As with the infrastructures, the parametrisation of tasks is an ongoing process, allowing changes at any time.
Planning - Automate tasks.
Define an implementation schedule for each task or team. Attribute the locations, deadlines and routines that each employee/department must comply with to carry out each different task. Cross-reference activities, create interdependencies and establish implementation deadlines. Define the order and priorities for each activity and pre-schedule continuous activities per day, week, month, quarter, etc. Optimise costs and times, managing your team’s routes and grouping different kinds of tasks into a single trip.
This schedule is created in line with the defined parametrisation whereby for each piece of equipment and position a specific records base is created. In the case of the equipment, these records automatically provide several indicators about the functioning of the equipment itself. As for the teams, the registers outline the tasks, activities and data that each employee must carry out over time. In this implementation phase, what Navia does is transform these records into active work support information, individualised per position, team or employee.
Upon logging in and in line with their respective permissions, every employee may access the daily, weekly and monthly tasks on their terminal (a simple tablet or smartphone that works online and offline). In their individualised work base, predefined fields will allow data, readings, notes and photographs to be uploaded about the tasks carried out. All the activities are georeferenced and all the data are immediately available on the platform, which immediately provides the information collected and updates the progress of the operation.
The work base is available for the teams on the ground and is completely user friendly. In the event of inputting incorrect records, the software issues an error warning and for continuous errors an alarm of a potential event is triggered.
3 Assessment and Management
The command room of your operation. With the data acquired, either through the equipment or through the inputs made by the teams in their work bases, the software processes all the information collected and provides a complete dashboard of indicators that may be predefined in line with your needs and goals.
As well as gathering and processing all the information in indicators that may be analysed, Navia also allows real-time monitoring of the operation at any location.
The companies that adopt quality control carry out the management of all their activities affecting their infrastructures through a single tool. In other words, the management, operational control, maintenance and quality control of all the resources, risk and energy is carried out on a single platform, which is tailored to your own needs and extremely easy to implement.
The gains are obvious and considerable
Optimisation of the activity as a whole, for example by carrying out operational, maintenance and quality control tasks in a single task
Reduction in travel and management costs and prevention of duplication of work
Much more than management of assets, a reliable tool to assess their state of repair and operation
Creating accountability for the work carried out
Effective management and provision of knowledge, which supports day-to-day management and strategic decision making