Increase Operational Performance, Gain Competitive Advantages with Workforce Data.
In the realm of business operations, COOs are dependent on sophisticated systems to proactively generate alerts when risks threaten operational performance. Today, Operations staff depends on decision support systems that present complex data in simplistic dashboards to constantly analyze the performance of core operational components, supply chains, logistics and market factors. Yet they are often left stranded in trying to direct, optimize, align and manage the workforce with any similar level of capability.
With SonarVision, Operations can view the workforce performance, impacts and risks to the business in the same way you view distribution and supply chain data.
Get answers to critical questions and revolutionize the way you view your labor force. Obtain the necessary information to optimize operations based on the single component with the most influence on margins, revenue, profits and earnings—by linking and measuring your workforce to strategic plans and core operations. Be able to:
- Discover when Human Capital drivers will impact essential R&D projects, major contracts and strategic plan initiatives
- Determine when overtime, positions gaps and employee leave will reach thresholds that increase the risk of accidents, cause forfeiture revenue or lead to poor customer service
- Identify when top talent in mission critical positions are likely to leave so intervention procedures can be implemented
- Know with certainty if, when and where aging demographics impact performance and loss of essential intellectual capital
- Detect when key employee performance metrics and talent supply will impact major capital projects, operational performance and efficiencies
- Direct, monitor, assess, align and optimize the workforce as is done for nearly all other mission critical operations
- Know scientifically when minority distributions create legal and financial risk to organizations
There are dozens of easily correctable problems directly attributable to talent and the workforce. In an organization of 25,000, the positions responsible for the highest business losses are often those on the front line and therefore never considered to be mission critical. Poor supervisory skills and loss of top performers in skilled trade or support positions cost businesses billions of dollars in lost earnings every year.