Our radical proposal to you

If you’re interested in using WorkClout, we’ll give it to you for free and fully implement you and your company for free, no contract required.

In manufacturing, there’s always been a reluctance to adopt digital solutions. Here are some of the excuses we tend to hear:

  • My workers won’t use it.

  • We see it as a capital expenditure.

  • We’re too busy.

  • It’s a “nice-to-have” and not a priority.

All valid concerns, but investing in modern, digital tools that empower workers and create more visibility on the shop floor do have significant gains, ESPECIALLY now as COVID-19 has a strong affect on operations.

Companies like GE, Tesla, and other manufacturers have seen success in implementing WorkClout to help them:

  • Track workforce skills.

  • Facilitate on-the-job training.

  • Digitize issue escalation paths.

  • Track continuous improvement initiatives.

  • Empower your works and democratize tribal knowledge.

  • Control cost of quality.

  • Reduce safety incidents.

Here are more success stories you can look at: https://www.workclout.com/process-improvement


We believe every manufacturer should have digitization as a strategy no matter the size to become more competitive. We believe this so much so, we have a radical proposal for you:

Our Radical Proposal To You:

  • If you’re interested in using WorkClout, we’ll give it to you for free and fully implement you and your company for free, no contract required.

  • This includes integrations with your ERP, MES, CMMS, QMS, EHS, or any other system you have.

  • If after 30 days of using it, you don’t see ROI, you have no obligation to use the system.

  • If you do see the value and your people are actively using it after 30 days, we can discuss costs and contract at that point.

If you are interested in this proposal, simply reply to this email or book a time with a product expert here: https://calendly.com/product-expert/workclout-product-demo

More use cases on how you can use WorkClout for your operations:


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