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Designing the UX and Ul of Automated Obsolescence Observability Platform for Life Science Industry.

Services

User Research | Product Strategy | Innovation Consulting | User Experience Design | User Interface Design | Enterprise UX

Industry

Life Science Industry

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PROBLEM STATEMENT

The challenge for manufacturing companies is material destruction. Materials worth millions are destroyed every year, but with- out proper accountability. Currently, the processes are also very manual, scattered across Sheets, email chains or chats, and very time intensive.

 

SOLUTION

Maximising supply chain efficiency with real-time visibility.
A platform to revolutionising the way businesses manage inventory obsolescence. With help of cloud-based SaaS platform is designed to tackle the challenges of managing and tracking expired inventory in the supply chain, with a focus on the Life Sciences Industry.

 

Research & Discovery

With user interviews, heuristic evaluation and competitive analysis - we immersed ourselves in the
world of Traceflow.

User interviews to unveil problem areas.

We chatted with Stakeholder online to figure out what bugs them when they use the traditional Process to manage obsolesce management. Plus, we had a talk with potential users on what are the key pain points that occurs in the daily process.

 

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Competitive Analysis

We looked at four of Traceflow’s biggest competitors: IBM,Oracle, SAP and Anaplan. We inspected their platform’s general architecture to understand what they may be doing differently and why.

 

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Ideation & Strategy

To expand our thinking process and solve the problems we were presented with creativity, we
indulged in some assiduous strategic ideation.

Sketching out ideas

Traceflow was harbouring an exceedingly linear architecture when we came into the picture. According to the needs of the user personas, we re-organised that architecture such that users are exposed only to the features relevant to their role.

 

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Information Architecture

Before Traceflow, businesses struggled with an opaque inventory management system. Users, regardless of role, were bombarded with irrelevant information. Traceflow's solution? A user-centric approach. We reorganized the architecture to provide real-time visibility tailored to each user's specific needs.

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Design

The most tangible part of our process! We used insights from collected data to rebuild Traceflow's interface such that it brings its existing/future users both relief, and delight!

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Redefining Data Visualisation

The most tangible part of our process! We used insights from collected data to build Traceflow’s interface such that it brings its existing/future users both relief, and delight!

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Bigger the Challenge, Bigger the Impact

88 Million

Data points processed

88 Million

Data points processed

88 Million

Data points processed

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