Productivity


Productivity


Productivity
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Productivity provides you with a very useful tool that helps you to determine your staffing requirements and to optimize operating costs.
First, you should set the time interval for which you want to evaluate the productivity. You can run the evaluations whenever you want to, as well as on a weekly or a monthly basis.
In the next step, choose a store, if necessary, and determine whether or not sales tax should be included in the reporting of sales.
You can now determine which values are to be included in the table and in the Excel export. Then click on the button ” Compile statistics ” to get the evaluation.


The table has three tabs. The first tab ” Hourly individual values” shows all values per hour separately. The tab “Cumulative values” calculates the values, e.g. working times and costs per hour. The delivery time evaluation shows you the relationship between route utilization and delivery times, which gives you a conclusion as to whether you had too few or too many drivers.
The tables “Hourly individual values” and “Cumulated values” consist of different columns:

    • Time period: Specifies the time period for the evaluation.
    • AZ Driver: Is the total working time of all drivers in the selected period. In the ” Cumulative values ” table, the working times are added to those from the previous period.
    • AZ indoor work: The total working time of all employees who are not drivers.
    • AZ Total: The total working time of all employees.
    • AZ costs: are the working time costs, which are calculated from the average hourly wage, which you can enter in the store settings and the working time of all employees.
    • GR costs: These are the costs from the cost of sales, which you can enter in the store settings.
    • Deliveries: The number of deliveries in the respective period of time.
    • Tours: Shows the average number of tours driven by the driver. The first value shows the actual tour average in the time period. The second value is the desired trip average, which you can enter in the store settings.
    • Overall productivity: You can store a productivity code number in the store settings. This indicates how many Euros per employee and hour you want to generate. This means that you calculate how high your costs per hour per employee are or what you would like to realize. In our example we decided on 30 €. The first number in the statistics indicates the current value in the hour, the second the value you have predefined.
    • Sales: Specifies the sales in the respective time period.
    • Costs: Displays your costs for the respective period. These are calculated from the monthly fixed and other costs that you have stored in the store settings.
    • Sales/Costs: The first number shows you your sales and the second number your costs per period. 
       

The delivery time evaluation gives you a good overview of driver requirements in the respective period. For example, if the tour average is very high and the number or percentage of orders with the desired delivery times is very low, you will see that you did not have enough manpower.
On the other hand, a low tour average and a high percentage of orders with the desired delivery times could indicate that staff are working too hard. Please note that these are only guide values and we do not give any guarantee for the data.
An overview of the different table columns:

  • Time period: Specifies the time period for the evaluation.
  • Tours: Shows the average number of tours driven by the driver. The first value shows the actual tour average in the time period. The second value is the desired trip average, which you can enter in the store settings.
  • Absolute delivery times: In the store settings you can store the desired and accepted delivery times. These are used for this evaluation. The first value shows the number of orders that were delivered within the desired delivery times. The second shows the number of orders delivered within the accepted delivery time. The last value is all orders that exceed this value.
  • Relative delivery times: See above, but as a percentual distribution

Delivery orders: Number of total orders

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