Klaro Cards brings a unique and simple approach to organising your teams, projects and work flows - it's called Collect, Enrich and Distribute.
Collect as Cards
Cards are the basic units that make up your Klaro project.
A card can be any piece of information: an idea, a feature, a request, a task... or anything else that your team manages on a daily basis in the real world.
The secret: effective teams track their outcomes as cards and frequently hold discussions around them.
Enrich with Dimensions
Dimensions enrich cards with data attributes: departments, statuses, assignees, dates, budgets, etc.
Create whatever kind of dimension you like with whatever values you like. Make as many dimensions as you need.
A tip: the dimensions you create should help in organising and dividing work across your team. They should also support more precise discussions.
Distribute in Boards
A board helps you to lay out cards in a relevant way: filter cards, group them in columns, sort them by importance... and much more.
Boards auto-synchronise: whatever you do to cards in one board is immediately reflected across all other boards.
Create as many boards as you need: personal boards, team boards, meeting boards, ideation boards, etc.
Work the right way: boards must bring the right info to the right people at the right time to meet their objectives. Simple.
Klaro is process-agnostic - whatever you do, Klaro can track it.
Discover how real people are using Klaro Cards to improve their teams and processes.
Benjamin Quality Control & Digitalisation
Benjamin has empowered many teams with Klaro. Requirements include tracking objectives, conducting tier meetings, managing the lifecycle of lab equipment, following deviations and statistical requests, etc. Klaro is proving highly adept at modelling diverse processes.
Jeanne Structural Engineer
Jeanne says that Klaro gives her peace of mind: it helps her to track many architecture projects at the same time, while never forgetting any follow-up task. Her cooperative also uses Klaro Cards to keep their website up to date in a much simpler way than Wordpress.
Marc Chief Executive Officer
Most companies rely on more than twenty software programs to manage information. This often results in digital chaos. Marc uses Klaro to underpin a culture of information governance: defining single sources of truth and structuring rules, roles and responsibilities.
Marie Product Owner
Leading software projects requires setting up effective discussions between all stakeholders. Marie uses Klaro to align C-levels, product owners, customer support teams, designers and software developers. It is an effective tool to keep everyone on the same page.
Nahim Startup Founder
Building a startup involves generating lots of ideas and testing some of them. Nahim finds that Klaro helps him to make clearer decisions about which ideas to test, to efficiently discuss and distribute work, and to track implementation and results.
Bernard CTO ad Interim
Bernard helps companies in their use of technology. Auditing a company, tracking quality and security issues, facilitating workshops... Klaro is the tool Bernard uses to conduct these missions with a streamlined "collect, enrich and distribute" approach.