ftrack works best when you follow set standards and ensure consistency of use at your company.
If you followed the articles in this series, then we hope that you have been successful in the setup and definition of your ftrack workflow. (If not, please let us know!) The results you have achieved should be the foundation of the new standard for how you use ftrack and how you operate as a team, department, and company inside the software. These standards will ensure consistency and increased efficiency across future projects.
To ensure these established standards remain in use, and to make sure your company retains its well-defined workflow, we suggest that you form a Standards Committee.
Typical responsibilities for a standards committee include:
- Coordinating changes to workflows, settings, and established practices in ftrack and ensuring consensus.
- Ensuring that new ftrack features adopted by the company are configured according to the standard in a consistent way.
- Owning the ftrack system implementation and making sure the company workflow processes are up-to-date and that they improve over time.
Your launch team might be a good start of an ftrack standards committee.