Suez data
management tools

Valve-opening on a water network, a project combining innovation and design. Suez wanted to implement a management tool to monitor the opening/closing of valves via the use of data.

Design can also be applied to data,
proof in pictures

Service design via data is at the heart of our business. To develop your projects, we use ‘design thinking’ and the Double Diamond method to structure our approach, step by step.
This method enables you to co-build a project with our team, through iteration and validation phases, and guarantees you total freedom to express your ideas and questions at every stage.
The project is built in 4 steps: immersion, definition, creation and delivery.
Let's look at this process on an industrial project.

Immersion is
first and foremost about listening.

This first step is organised around various workshops. With Suez, we set up workshops to get to grips with the subject matter and discuss possible solutions with the teams. At the same time, we worked on the ground with future users to understand their jobs and the potential conditions of use for the tool. Our aim was to create a service adapted to their environment.

Immersion is
first and foremost about listening.

This first step is organised around various workshops. With Suez, we set up workshops to get to grips with the subject matter and discuss possible solutions with the teams. At the same time, we worked on the ground with future users to understand their jobs and the potential conditions of use for the tool. Our aim was to create a service adapted to their environment.

Dispersion?
No thanks!
We prefer definition

Project mapping, personas and a segmentation of the work process took shape. This breakdown described how to industrialise the work process by data use and how to create a suitable user path.
After these two first steps, we were able to define the project more precisely around a key issue:
How can we improve real time knowledge of the network to facilitate the location of structures for agents on the ground?

Dispersion?
No thanks!
We prefer definition

Project mapping, personas and a segmentation of the work process took shape. This breakdown described how to industrialise the work process by data use and how to create a suitable user path.
After these two first steps, we were able to define the project more precisely around a key issue:
How can we improve real time knowledge of the network to facilitate the location of structures for agents on the ground?

Educational and interactive design

The design consists in creating scenarios which address the issue. When a scenario is validated, its wireframe and graphic model is built. Once the whole project is designed, a clickable prototype is created to formalise ergonomic requirements with the client. Finally, a detailed functional specifications brief is also produced to ensure correct delivery during completion phases.

Educational and interactive design

The design consists in creating scenarios which address the issue. When a scenario is validated, its wireframe and graphic model is built. Once the whole project is designed, a clickable prototype is created to formalise ergonomic requirements with the client. Finally, a detailed functional specifications brief is also produced to ensure correct delivery during completion phases.

Delivered,
coded!

The development step is always based on a detailed functional specifications brief, drafted in advance. This brief enables our partner to know exactly what will be delivered by our teams, and also helps the developers to produce the required functionalities. The valve management project is currently in its ground test phase. We wish the project the very best and will update you on its progress.


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