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"Which are the main functionalities of Panoptikon?" The answer is that it is useful to perform a huge number of things. In technical jargon they are defined as "requirements" or rather the requests that can be  issued by the users to the system.  They are over 1000 and are constantly increasing. With several hundred pages and thousands of functional elements, Panoptikon is a great world to discover, a unique library of tools, images, detailed sheets to view, operate the data processed by the system and satisfy the numerous requests
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Panoptikon is a broad  ERP system. It provides a series of very different functionalities, but they all have the same application structure in common. The Functions are organized in Modules or rather complete applications allowing  you to manage an entire process. Many modules interact with each other and are organized into groups, defined as Environments that represent the first level of the architecture of the entire system.


Data extracted automatically by the quality control system of Exagogica Software Factory

Panoptikon system is a constantly evolving set of tools. At this time, the system is providing the following tools.
248 Graphs
Panotpikon is able to generate highly interactive graphic analysis tools.
171 Tables
The tables allow you to view the data available as in a spreadsheet.
100 Summaries
The summaries provide totals, deviations and data trends in real time.
373 Detail tabs
Each element showed in the tables has its own detail page organized in tabs.
356 PDF Report
This tool is particularly used for support functions and catalog management.
314 Excel Report
Data export functions allowing you to analyze and process them.
163 KPI Widget
Panoptikon allows you to activate or deactivate widgets based on your profile.


Panoptikon is a work environment with very high level features in terms of usability and interface flexibility. It is accessible from any type of browser, through http protocol, and is multi-device system: Smartphone, PC and Multimedia Totem.


How big is Panoptikon?
To give you an idea, here are some aggregated data resulting from the information systems that currently use the Exagogica Panoptikon modules.

Data updated on: 19 March 2019
Application users
Users (real people) enabled to access the system
Resources managed
Total of the people listed in the registries
Skills managed
Skills mapped and described in the knowledge base
Job positions described
Job position of whom professional requirements are described
Skill levels certified
Evaluations of one resource competence level on a single skill
Operation analized
Production process operations analized and described
Operators profiled
Operators available for compliance and readiness analysis
Process improvements
Production process improvement proposal made by operators
Economic Benefit
Benefit made by operators' improvements as certified
EHS risk reports
Potential risk reports for Environment, Health and Safety


The main Italian manufacturing groups (or present in Italy) have been using Panoptikon for a long time. The great potential of the system has allowed us to obtain effective solutions for different types of applications.

Panoptikon is released through the  “pay per use” formula with the activation of the module that the customer will use in his instance. Panoptikon is supplied in 3 different modes:
1. Full license: the licensed modules are issued without limitation to their use
2. Limited license: the licensed modules are released with limitation to the activation of a single branch.
3. SaaS (Software as a Service): access to the services of the central instance reachable on the domain app.exagogica.com.


Panoptikon is a continuously evolving system. 
Development planning is defined on the basis of Exagogica general plans and in relation to the requirements requested by the customers and accepted by Exagogica.
In order to ensure the quality of the releases and reduce the impact of change management in the upgrading of the installations, Exagogica has defined a "Total quality plan" named 4D+ for Panoptikon development starting from June 2017. This plan covers four development phases: Design, Development, Delivery and finally Distribution.
Last Release: Panoptikon 3.2 – Release and Distribution
With the official distribution of Panoptikon version 3.2, Exagogica provides a new and powerful tool for skills management.
Thanks to the new module being released, Panoptikon instances are able to manage their skill catalog in a more complete and efficient way; they can upload documentation for self-training and create assessment tests for skill certifications; they are able to monitor users' competence map and to launch surveys for skills detection and manage change requests to the skill catalog that are suggested by users. The new Competence Manager allows a multi-level catalog creation (common part, branch catalog, and site-private catalog) depending on the needs of each instance; the feature that manages "sectors" allows the identification of "reserved" ones, whose competences are used exclusively for the declaration of "Role profiles" requirements. 
Within this new module, it is possible to manage multi-languages, both regarding name of the sector/area/competence, as well as their description and related checklists. A specific tab on the detail page allows links insertion or uploading of documents related to a specific skill, which can be used in self-training activities. Each user can suggest new skills or improve existing ones; the Competence Manager module provides a workflow for process management, including notifications to interested parties. Two brand new features allow the creation of assessment tests associated with catalog skills, which can be used to certify skill levels or to determine whether the outcome of a training course has been positive or negative, and the planning and implementation of Surveys for the detection or updating of the knowledge base of the organization's population.
Finally, a new Home widget (MySkill) allows individual users to check their own "knowledge base" of skills, add new ones by selecting them from those present in the catalog, participate in a survey, send suggestions to improve an existing competence or insert a completely new one.
Design: 22th February 2019
Development: 27th May 2019
Delivery: 20th June 2019