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Through the pilot project in Brazil, Bomi Group has distributed the first 10 digital kiosks
(also called Totems) at specific locations in 4 warehouses. The device is a self-service
digital kiosk with the purpose of bringing connectivity, smart e-learning and interactive
internal communication directly into the warehouse operations.
It reveals one aspect of the digital evolution that Bomi Group is driving with the Global
Strategic Plan execution.
“At Bomi we believe our employees come first. From People & Culture we are
supporting Bomi’s transformation and this project means an initiative for the
Digital era. Our objective is to reach our employees, train them, interact in a
Smart and Digital way. We are Bomi!”
says Soraya Espejo, Chief People&Culture Officer of Bomi Group.
Integration of technology allows kiosks to perform a wide range of
functions for both managers and operational teams, who can also stay
updated on the news communicated by the P&C department.
Managers and supporting areas can have start-up meetings, alignments
sessions, point out priority service as well as daily goals and figures.
Operational staff will have access to all sort of communication tools such
as e-mails, surveys, press releases, forms, whistleblowing modules as well as access the payroll portal with their
user to consult the payslip or make requests for holidays and work leaves.
“Internal communication is one of the main tools that Bomi uses to
increasingly become an employee-centric organization. As in all companies, it
is never easy to communicate and reach the last organizational level and
operational staff. This original initiative that we launched in Brazil as a pilot
country really wants to make Bomi feel closer to all employees — no one
excluded — and it is certainly an important step in the transformation
that we have already started a few years ago in the digital field.”
comments Giovanni Crocco, Global P&C Business Partner & Communication Manager of Bomi Group.
Another important feature is the easy access to BOOQ (Bomi Group´s
global quality management system) which allows the blue collars to
autonomously consult operational procedures and documentation as
well as to attend trainings.
Last but not least: Smart and Micro learning, providing operational
training content for on-the-job learning. The basic idea is to help
employees access information in a direct, simple and user-friendly way,
avoiding taking them out of the operation and therefore impacting daily performance and productivity.
Rafael Martau, Country Manager of Bomi Group in Brazil adds:
“This implementation means for us a change of level within the logistics
segment, fantastic tool for training and qualify our operational teams on the
shop floor, and about an incredible raise of internal communication reaching
every people of Bomi Group in Brazil.”
If the pilot presents itself successful, as the project leaders have realized so far, it will then be implemented in other
countries also in the EMEA region.
Please contact us if you want to learn more on the project, our Global P&C team will be glad to answer your