Continuous improvement with tailormade scalable software

In The Netherlands and neighbouring countries, Cierpa has been helping production companies to get to the top for over ten years. In a user-friendly manner, Cierpa Software provides insights into improvements and wastages in the production process.  That way, every company can quickly learn how to improve its performance.

A modular, user-friendly software suite

Techniques and methods like 5S, Kaizen and the LEAN approach to overall thinking are the basis of Cierpa’s software suite. The various modules fit together seamlessly and are  easy to use, for consultants, plant managers, operations managers and operators. What is more, our software can easily be tailored to the needs of your specific process. Cierpa software brings continuous improvement within the reach of everyone in every company.

Who is who?

Mathieu van Loon Co-founder

The question which impels me, as CEO and co-founder of Cierpa is: how do you reinforce a change of culture (that is, continuous improvement) by means of software?  When I see an operator or a manager demonstrate how his or her team has improved with the help of our software, then I am really proud of what we have contributed with Cierpa software.

Dirk Jan van Lente Co-founder, Improvement Consultant

From my own working experience, I was aware that there  were no good CI-software modules available on the workfloor to support continuous improvement.  Although that is precisely where it should be happening. That was very much in my mind as co-founder of Cierpa. I often conceive the setup and functions of our modules, and then, within Cierpa, we work these out  into a  user-friendly product.

Robin Masters Software Developer, Support

Creating software which is both  internally elegant and externally user-friendly, that’s what inspires me as a Software Developer. I really get a kick when users are able to achieve their goals and are happy at the end of the day thanks to our software.

Paul den Boer Software Developer, Support

As Software Developer, it’s my task to turn the ideas of designers and product-owners  into a working application. It’s my responsibility to make sure that the buttons all work, that data is stored correctly and that everything looks  just as I intended it to. In addition, I provide support to clients and help them with any problems that might arise.

Esther van der Heijden Software Developer, Support

I am one of Cierpa’s support staff. If there’s a call asking for  help, it will be usually me who deals with it. And I solve small bugs which come up in the software. In addition, the Cierpa website is my responsibility and it’s my job to look after all modifications to it.

Dennis Hellewegen Software Developer, Support

At Cierpa, my task as Software Developer includes all aspects of our web applications. From checking that all the buttons are in the right place to ensuring that all the data is stored properly. In short, it’s my goal to see that everything works just as it’s meant to.

Janneke Möhlmann Interaction Designer, Marketing

As Interaction Designer, I work to enable the users of our software to achieve their goals in the easiest possible way. What are the various stages they have to go through? Where are the buttons situated? How does the software interface appear? I think it’s fantastic when our clients use the software for the first time and immediately understand how they can do what they want with it.

Micheal de Bruin Software Developer, Support

My prime responsibility at Cierpa is to provide support . I try to help clients by answering their questions and where possible solving software problems. In addition, I also help to develop  elements for one or other of our products.

Improvement Consultants and accomplished freelancers

We also regularly call on the services of a growing network of Improvement Consultants who have experience in applying our software in improvement  processes. As well as these consultants we work with an experienced group of freelancers  who project Cierpa in our texts, SEO and advertisements.

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