Measuring non-systemic activities

Non-systemic activities account for up to 30% of total working time

Measure them, evaluate their functionality and eliminate from your processes those that do not generate value for your business. In this way, you will eliminate waste and streamline processes.

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See what you can gain by measuring non-system activities

  • A complete picture of work

    The data provided by internal systems, such as WMS or ERP, shows the system movements that an employee records using a scanner or workstation. Time Harmony collects this data and additionally gives you the ability to record non-systemic activities. 

  • You'll measure what others don't

    Record non-systemic activities is quick and intuitive, and where possible, further automated to minimize the need for interaction with devices. Data from internal systems and Time Harmony devices flows into the system to provide full knowledge of the activities in which employees are involved.

  • Complete knowledge gives you the opportunity to optimize

    Measuring all activities: systemic and non-systemic, provides full knowledge of the course of processes. This is the basis for their analysis and identification of activities that are redundant and do not generate value. We call them idle activities.

Gain full knowledge of the activities performed by your employees


What happens when an employee does not perform system tasks?

How long does it take to carry out activities such as cleaning, yard work (foiling, wrapping, folding/cleaning pallets) or clarifying non-conformities? Time Harmony gives you the ability to record non-systemic activities to provide complete data about your activities.

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Define parameters and measure performance in non-systemic activities

By defining additional parameters such as customer name, number of pallets, loading gate number, you can check the efficiency of employees for a specific project also in activities not registered by the WMS, gaining full knowledge of the course of the process.


Check the time of non-systemic activities in the total working time

By measuring non-systemic activities, you can compare their share in the total working time. For example, you'll compare data on the use of employee breaks. The data is available for many locations at the same time, giving the possibility of conducting comparative analyses.

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Measuring non-systemic activities


Net Gross Time

Check how much time employees spend on non-systemic activities and investigate what is the reason for exceeding the assumed norm. Data granularity allows you to see exactly which activities are taking longer than they should.

Activity category ratio

Check the duration of specific groups of out-of-system activities in your team's total working time in relation to defined categories.

Avoid activities that don't add value to the final product.

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