Board use cases for different industries

NAVER WORKS Board will help you share important information with other members.
Various companies are using boards in different ways to store files, manage team schedules, and more.
Explore different use cases and find the one that fits your needs.


1. Construction

Share the construction progress or work takeover information on the board.
You can seamlessly switch shifts with other staff on the site.
To prevent any accidents on site, instruct the staff to read the site manuals posted on a board before they begin work.

Construction log
A construction log board can be used to keep a daily log of reports or use a weekly construction board to check the weekly progress of the construction.
Construction site management
Share workers’ schedules using the onsite shift schedule board.
Onsite communication
Share the location of the temporary office for the construction team dispatched to a project, and a list and contact information of the staff on the site.

2. Education

Keep a record of the education curriculum and use it to manage a student's progress in detail.
You can also use the board to save test information, lesson activities, and scores to adjust the progress of lessons for each student.

Share tasks by department
within school
Organize boards by campus departments. Share academic logs and class schedules among teachers using the academic office board.
Boarding institute operation
Create a board for the boarding institute operation manual and use them to guide the students. Share the institute transcripts of the students with teachers and use them to plan class placements.
Save lesson plans and study materials
Create a curriculum for each level, plan class progress, and manage learning materials by study group.

3. Retail

Local store managers can report the store's performance to the head office using the board.
When planning promotions and displaying new products, post on the board to share the information with the head office and other stores.

Local store management
for the head office
The head office can manage local stores through the board for work manuals and announcements. Select the employee of the month with the praise board.
Share news among stores
Store owners can post important announcement for each store and any news of note.
Store inventory management
Write the information of products stocked in stores to track the total inventory and share transaction documents with employees and the head office.

4. Medical

Don't worry even if you can’t attend a medical seminar.
Colleagues who participated can share the details of the seminar on the board.
Pharmaceutical companies can improve company sales by sharing their insights regarding the sales process with Board.

Share academic materials by medical department
Share files about medical safety on the board. Share academic information for each medical department using the seminar board.
Pharmaceutical sales history
You can share over-the-counter drug sales or inventory information on the boards solely for over-the-counter medicines.
Reports by departments for pharmaceutical companies
Aggregate the performance on the sales performance report board. Record customer and client feedback on a board and share it with relevant departments.

5. Real Estate

Organize and manage boards by type to easily find the material you need when brokering to customers.
Use the board as a repository for real estate policies, meeting notes, and document forms.

Property record
Add new properties as a post on the board. Manage properties and move them to a completed listings board when they have been checked.
Share meeting notes and local property information
Use the meeting notes board to keep a record of real estate management strategy meetings, and manage prospective properties that are ready for sale on a local property board.
Archive real estate property documentation
Share information on properties for auction and market prices. Store forms
and regulations that are needed for auctions.

6. Hotel business

Create boards for each hotel department and share the important schedules of each department and VIP customer service instructions to employees.
The board can also be used as a communication tool to quickly share hotel facility defects or customer complaints to relevant departments.

Guest room customer service
Check the guest list using a VIP customer management board, and make sure the room is ready according to the guest's needs.
Share food and beverage menu/schedules
The food and beverage department can use a regular event board to check the schedule for the day and prepare for parties.
Share business materials
Office departments can share hotel management materials and schedules for each team.

7. Restaurant business

Restaurant owners can use boards to share and develop their unique recipes with employees.
Use a checklist to manage ingredients and facilities to stay prepared without any shortages, and share the sanitation manual to keep the store clean.
Head offices can use the expenses and income reports from each franchise to analyze the overall sales and adjust the profit structure.

Bakery: For market research and new recipe development
Organize your ideas using a board for new recipes and recipe development. Continuously manage your market
research data and stay competitive in the market.
Cafe: For employee and inventory management
Check the inventory of ingredients like coffee beans using boards. Keep an updated board with the latest employee and emergency contact information.
Restaurant: For sanitation/recipe training and sales management
Check your restaurant's sanitation using a sanitation training board. Head offices can use boards to analyze the sales reports of their branch restaurants.

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Find the method that works for your company and set up your boards!

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