Part 1 of this series established that service supply chains have many planning levels and time horizons, which can be roughly divided into the following categories: the immediate period around the day of service, and forecasting and planning for the day of service. My blog post then expanded on the various approaches to the challenges on the actual day of service.
Part 2 delved more deeply
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completed per day, utilization, travel time per job, labor time per job, first-time completion rate, and re-visit rate. To make good operational use of these measurements, they should be analyzed by time, geography, business line, product, or any other way that is pertinent to the business. One can get the most benefit from analytics by giving each person the metrics that are relevant to them. The company’s KPIs must measure the performance of its business in accordance with its established service