Workflow in Wikku
How information is organized on Wikku
Each job is unique and is defined by the client for whom we do it, the product that is personalized and each of the personalization or manipulation tasks that we carry out.
Wikku allows us to store any document, image or video in a hierarchical way at the client, job or task level. For example, we would file a Corporate Identity Manual at the client level, a simulation or final arts at the work level and a photo of the final result of each of the customizations or work carried out we would put it at the level of its respective task .
Each client requires their own customization. Therefore, each job is first defined by the client. When the end client is not really our client, Wikku allows us to organize these end clients by groups, which would correspond to the intermediaries we work for.
A job is also identified by the product and the exact variant on which we work. Any professional in the industry knows that not all shirts are the same, nor are all blues the same, and the client also has a special sixth sense to detect it.
The jobs represent the backbone of Wikku where client, product and tasks come together. As we have said, each job is different and is identified by the client for whom we produce it, the product on which we operate and the personalization and handling techniques that we apply.
Finally, the works are made up of tasks , where each one would correspond to the different personalization techniques used (screen printing, embroidery, DTF...) and/or manipulations (folding, bagging, arrangements, labeling...). The properties of the tasks will also allow us to specify variables such as size, position or number of colors.