Job Tracking

Description

The Job Tracking helps to improve your labor management insights and productivity. You can customize the system to cater to your business needs. With this system, you can even build new connections between companies and activities to co-ordinate better actions with suppliers and buyers. It also gives you a competitive advantage and helps to identify opportunities for business achievements.

The job tracking device comes in 3 different application methods. Click on key features to find out more!

Key Features

Applications methods:

Improve insight into the entire job process:

Job Tracking can improve warehouse operations by:

  • Calculating job duration, travel time and travel with load provide insight to labour costs associated with each job
  • Improving ROI with the understanding of resource utilization and total cost of a job
  • Allowing for better resource scaling and reduction in waste
  • Flattening peak demand on resources with better scheduling

 

Improve planning, scheduling & estimating

Job Tracking Services can improve important workflows by:

  • Customizing the value chain to serve the best particular product varieties, buyers, or geographic regions
  • Analyzing the steps required to capture, manipulate, and channel the data necessary to perform the activity
  • Enhancing the ability to leverage links between activities, inside and outside the company
  • Creating new links between activities and companies that can coordinate actions more closely with those of their buyers and suppliers

 

Improve insight into past vs current jobs

Job Tracking Services can positively impact costs by:

  • Creating a competitive advantage by giving companies new ways to outperform competitors
  • Identifying “value activities”- the technologically and economically distinct activities it performs to do business – and provide tools for better planning
  • Identifying opportunities for savings through coordination with suppliers and channels that go far beyond
  • logistics and order processing
  • Employing a broad vertical scope to leverage the potential benefits of performing more activities internally