In this article, you will learn in 2 minutes how traffic will help your agency to be even more productive.
1. How to follow the planned vs. delivered
In order to follow the planned vs. delivered, it is necessary to create an estimate for the project. It will help the agency calculate the expected internal and external costs for it.
In order for traffic to be able to follow the planned vs. delivered, it will be necessary to use the timesheet by the employees involved in the project. Only with this, they will be able to know how much time the project is consuming using inside the agency.
3. How and where will the project manager follow up
After creating the estimate, the professional responsible for this control will view this information in real-time. This analysis will be important for decision making at the agency, such as: "What can we do to complete the project without missing the deadline" or "At what stage are we spending more hours than expected?".
This visualization will be made in Planning, within the Activity Management report, by clicking on the clock option and using the filters present in the arrows highlighted on the left of the screen.
This report will give you a complete picture of how the project is being developed at the agency in relation to what was estimated.
4. Automation of signaling
To further optimize and automate this visualization, iClips has an alert that notifies you when the consumption of hours reaches 80% or more than was planned.
With this information, the project manager gains an even greater role within the agency. They can not only distribute demands but also becomes a key figure for the agency to have even higher levels of productivity.
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