Software efficiency is very illusive
and and the lack of it could be costing your company money and time. You may
ask "what would software efficiency have have to do with lost time and money.
Some typical examples of businesses
that have software efficiency issues are:
This frame of mind may have worked in
the 20th century, but to take your company into the 21st century and with
businesses growing more competitive every day, each little detail can make or
break a business. Software efficiency is likely to play a major part in your
company's edge against the competition.
Software efficiency may be the edge
your competition is using and shorter timelines is one of the most likely
benefits gained by using software efficiently.
Companies that are in direct
competition seem to have an edge even though you both use the same
materials, vendors, processes, etc.
Your competition may be using software
more efficiently which allows them to get more done in less time which allows
them the ability to stay ahead of the game.
The competition may have
their software working together with scheduling software or they may have a
software package that includes scheduling functions and project timeline
functions to increase efficiency in completing tasks.