A quick meet & greet, talking about your business in the future, discussing how we could help.
A site visit or analysis shows business owners the current state of affairs. We will advice on how to leverage on new technologies to increase both quality and quantity of the business looking into the near and far future.
Our designs can include anything from IT roadmaps to wire-frames. Functional or Technical.
At a minimum, it will contain an organised list of requirements that can be used for further development & discussion. Others could entail system architecture, interfaces, infrastructure and best practices or use cases.
We take the lead in making small
or large scale tools for your business.
Here we can help you with anything from enterprise solutions to online configurations, e-Commerce solutions to interactive buildings, mobile apps to digital displays— anything to enhance your business and its exposure.
“ Canneman Cormont's work has been a major factor in our project's success ”
Canneman / Cormont consists of a small group of people with a knack for business IT, specialized in large buildings, such as: convention and exhibition centres, malls and airports. Founded in Singapore from 2010 by Richard Canneman & Jelmer Cormont.
We have taken the art of Experience Design from the digital realm and adapted it to the design of buildings and spaces. We approach pervasive building technology in the same way as IT-specialists have been approaching information technology: with the experience(s) of users in mind. Adding an extra dimension.
Improving the user experience through operational excellence, combined with the addition of feature technology on-site, should be THE major strategic goals for truly sustainable innovation.
Operational Excellence is considered to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your existing business model. Or maybe even explore options for new business models and revenue streams.
The achievement of any IT scheme is joined to user adoption.
We help clients develop programs to train their workforce and organize their infrastructure to accomplish enterprise-wide buy-in for the new schemes and exceptional come back on their expertise investments.
The introduction of “feature technology” provides an excellent means to reinvigorate the customer experience and/or operational excellence on-site.
These are some obvious, impressive uses of technology* (hardware and e.g. multimedia) that highlight the renewed modern character of a building.* Note that these are examples of implemented features, and the options are by no means limited to ideas like these; anything achievable with devices small or large, or connected, intelligent content management software is within reach with the right project methodologies and expertise.
To be able to improving customer experience and operational excellence, and integrating feature technology, we use a user-centric requirements evaluation model.
Each user of an integrated system that a future building provides (consisting of all online and offline technology and communications), should be able to perform all steps in a comfortable and predictable manner.
A set of user journeys can be used to find gaps and improve scenarios for each user’s overall experience. It is important to note that user journeys touch upon (digital) user interfaces as well as the business process and business communication as a whole.
Improving user experience is largely related to optimizing information flows, whether automatically generated, or a part of the larger business process. Since information flows for one perspective relate to information flows for another perspective, user journeys are often interrelated: streamlining an entire business process would entail a look at all perspectives.
“ Canneman Cormont's deliverables and ICT roadmap are of utmost importance to the relevance of our business for the coming years and will be used as part of our overall strategy. ”