ACHIEVING OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE WITH PRESTO DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

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  • Operational Excellence is the execution of the business strategy more consistently and reliably than the competition. 

  • Operational Excellence is evidenced by results. Given two companies with the same strategy, the Operationally Excellent company will have lower operational risk, lower operating costs, and increased revenues relative to its competitors, creating value for customers and shareholders.

  • The focus of Operational Excellence goes beyond the traditional event-based model of improvement toward a long-term change in organisational culture. 

  • Companies in pursuit of Operational Excellence do two things significantly differently than other companies: they manage their business and operational processes systematically and invest in developing the right culture.

  • Operational Excellence manifests itself through integrated performance across revenue, cost, and risk. It focuses on meeting customer expectation through the continuous improvement of the operational processes and the culture of the organisation.

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PRESTO DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

Operational Excellence performance enhancer

PRESTO Digital Enterprise is a business performance enhancement solution offering a fresh perspective on operational discipline to many aspects of business management that are often missed using traditional approaches.

 

PRESTO empowers Team Leads to continuously improve processes by teaching Lean methodologies to their staff while increasing visibility to Senior Management into where their support is necessary to act on opportunity.

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PRESTO DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

Through enhanced accelerated decision making.

PRESTO's self-service, best-of-breed tool kit offers exposure to a wide variety of Lean Management logic available in 'bite-size chunks' to allow small, incremental actions to be taken in critical moments hence raising confidence levels and driving problem solving to continuously move forward.

With a digitised and agile organisation.

Locate what you need, when you need it and from who in minutes leveraging PRESTO's transparency into your operating model, your processes and informational touch points and the roles and responsibilities needed to carry out daily business.

Through repetitive learning.

Knowledge retention is the process of absorbing and retaining information over time. If your company taught something yesterday and has forgotten it today, then the 'Forgetting Curve' has claimed another victim! Offer your company simple and relevant information at your fingertips to transform learning into a daily activity re-enforcing learning through repetition.

PRESTO FEATURES

PRESTO is a software solution servicing a wide variety of business challenges

PRESTO VIDEOS

PRESTO is a software solution servicing a wide variety of business challenges

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THE PRESTO 5 STEP PILOT

Proposal

3 Magic Consulting offer 4 test pilot packages with time frames ranging from 2 weeks to 3 months.

 

We will partner with your designated users to allow you to decide if PRESTO is a GO or NO-GO. 

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PRESTO PRICING TO MATCH YOUR NEEDS

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KNOWLEDGESHARE

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  • Lean Manufacturing is a production method derived from Toyota's 1930 operating model "The Toyota Way" (Toyota Production System, TPS). The term "Lean" consists of five key principles; 'Precisely specify value by specific product, identify the value stream for each product, make value flow without interruptions, let customer pull value from the producer, and pursue perfection.'

  • The Shingo Prize  for Operational Excellence is an award given to organisations worldwide by the Shingo Institute.

  • Six Sigma (6σ) is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement.

  • The Toyota Way is a set of principles and behaviours that underlie the Toyota Motor Corporation's managerial approach and production system. Toyota first summed up its philosophy, values and manufacturing ideals in 2001, calling it "The Toyota Way 2001". It consists of principles in two key areas: continuous improvement, and respect for people

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