Whether your business is brand new or 20 years old, a small local company or a global corporation, the wellness of your organization is dependent on the health of the tools and processes in place. The methods in which your business operates often dictate how your customers are being served as well as how public opinion of your organization is formulated.
One of the most critical facets to your business plan is how work order requests are submitted, processed, and handled. The efficiency and timeliness of how these issues are managed and resolved stands to impact your business on multiple levels. Equipment failures lead to an interruption in employee productivity, directly affecting the company’s bottom line. If you do not have a work order process in place, or feel your existing methods need an overhaul, now is the time to do it. Our ebook Work Order Workout: One Month to a Healthier Work Order Process is a step-by-step guide on building a healthy and productive work order practice. To facilitate this process, we’ve compiled a list of questions you will want to answer as you assess your procedures and make plans for an overhaul.