Business Controller “target-performance comparison”
Do you know the exact deviations of your order-actual times from your target times? We can tell you! It is quite simply! All you need is a simple order-to-be compared. One of the simplest and most powerful instruments of operational controlling. Despite the simplicity, the order-to-actual comparison provides you with a very high benefit and should therefore be used for accounting in your company. Especially in companies with a focus on individual and small series production, a regular target-to-comparison is necessary in order to be able to implement improvements in future orders. If orders or individual operations last longer than planned, this will cost your business cash. Without a corresponding analysis, it is difficult to identify and counteract deviations. Use our business controller "target-performance comparison" to analyze even complex orders with one click. The simple traffic light color system gives you a quick overview of which adjustment you need to turn to optimize the efficiency of your company.
What do you need to be able to perform a target-to-comparison?
In order to be able to perform a debit-to-comparison, you need a plan first. Since you are already planning with infoBoard, the values of the plan are also already stored in the individual operations. In addition to planning, the actual times must also be recorded. The simplest way to do this is with our Web application "Production Time tracker". In this way, the actual times are automatically written to the planning objects. The synchronization with external systems is also possible via interface. Just take a look at our "SyncTool Server" to synchronize the time of your ERP system with infoBoard for example.
The Business Controller “target-performance comparison” in experience
The business controller "target-performance comparison" allows you to provide a detailed target-analysis of a total order overview of a definable viewing period or an individual order overview.
And that's how easy it is:
1. Select your planning table
2. Specify a size for the variance filter
3. Define the observation period
This entry gives you the complete order overview. This always gives you a qualitative distribution of all orders under consideration within the limits of the set deviation filter and the selected period of time. Green-marked orders/operations were on the positive side of the tolerance range, yellow-marked orders or operations are in the tolerance and marked in red are the orders or operations that do not meet their target specifications and thus lie outside the tolerance range. A tabular target / actual total order time analysis allows you a detailed breakdown of the pie chart. If an order is shown in red, a further analysis with the help of our web application "Value stream analysis" is recommended at the time of the order, among other things you will get information about the networking time quickly. For the order of several analysis, you select at least one more job to go one level deeper in the analysis.
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