Taqtile and Life Cycle Engineering Partner to Offer Quality Work Execution Quick Start Powered by Manifest®

Offer Enables an Affordable Trial of Augmented Reality for Maintaining and Troubleshooting Equipment

SEATTLE  — Taqtile, an enterprise software solution used to equip frontline workers with job skill knowledge capture, distribution, and management, today announces its joint offering with Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), a provider of engineering solutions that deliver lasting results for private industry, public entities, government organizations, and the military. This offering combines LCE’s deep domain expertise and quality assurance capabilities with Manifest® software to enable organizations to rapidly narrow the skills gap amongst frontline workers. 

“We know that frontline workers are often some of the last to be enabled with 1:1 technology,” said Director of Partnerships and Marketing at Taqtile, Caitlin Rice. “We are thrilled to work with LCE to get our solution into the hands of the right people, and do so in a scalable way.” 

LCE’s Quality Work Execution QuickStart, powered by Manifest®, is a package of hardware, software licenses, and services. The comprehensive solution enables companies to quickly and affordably deploy and effectively evaluate using augmented reality to improve the quality of work execution. With the QuickStart customers receive a focused, 10-week project engagement with Life Cycle Engineering and Taqtile. This provides sufficient time to kick-start the use of Taqtile’s Manifest® technology within a customer’s work environment and organize a plan for broader adoption throughout the organization. 

“Taqtile’s Manifest software provides a valuable solution for our customers,” said Vice President at LCE, Russell Kuntz. “Many manufacturing plants and industrial facilities are experiencing a lack of skilled workers, a situation made worse when there’s a lack of easily accessible, documented work instructions or effective technical training. With Manifest, employees are enabled with the power of augmented reality and knowledge at their fingertips.” 

For more information on Quality Work Execution QuickStart, powered by Manifest®, visit https://www.lce.com/Quality-Work-Execution-Quick-Start-powered-by-Manifest-2300.html

About Taqtile 

Taqtile is changing the game when it comes to frontline worker skills capture, improved safety, and achieving proficiency in any industry. Experienced and skilled frontline workers are retiring at a rapid rate, while at the same time, equipment, plants, and infrastructure are increasing in complexity and sophistication. These trends are converging to create a significant shortage of skilled workers. Taqtile’s Manifest software embraces spatial computing to enable knowledge capture, knowledge distribution, and knowledge management within your organization. Manifest allows your expert users to easily document and record their tribal knowledge and distribute it across an entire workforce. Manifest equips less experienced operators to easily follow instructions and complete complex tasks. Manifest can closely track job execution and allow management to evaluate performance. Manifest makes expert skills job instructions available on-demand and virtually transports your experts when help is needed, or when urgent issues require it. By creating an easy way for your workforce to retain and utilize internal expert sources, your organization can make Everyone an Expert. For more information, please visit taqtile.com

About LCE 

Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) provides consulting, engineering, information technology, and education solutions that deliver lasting results for private industry, the Department of Defense, and other government organizations. The quality, expertise, and dedication of our employees enable Life Cycle Engineering to serve as a trusted resource that helps people and organizations to achieve their full potential. Founded in 1976, LCE is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina with offices across North America and experience around the globe. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for company updates.


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