If you are not satisfied with the results of an operational audit, read this article. Surely there is an answer to your question.
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QVALON Helps With
Stay on top of crucial reports that reflect the business health of your organization, such as year-on-year sales, sales per employee, shrinkage, customer satisfaction, operating expense, compliance reports, and more.
Move on from checklists, reports, spreadsheets and notices in hard copies. Do online review of actual operational quality against standards so as to assist teams to overcome deficiencies. Digitally source knowledge from staff regarding the challenges they
Digitized Expiration Monitoring
Reduce inventory loss and digitize daily checking with focus on products set to expire in near future. Notify store teams to check selected inventory only and save their time for more productive tasks. Create offers on such products for quick clearance.
Spot trends in crucial reports to find root causes of non-compliance and work upon needed corrections. Make accurate predictions for future performance and accordingly set targets for retail units.
Trained & Educated Staff
Keep your frontline teams updated on any revisions to operational processes and standards as per their specific job roles. Convey information quickly regarding any changes in regulatory policies and protocols.
Designate responsibilities as per individual duties of employees. Define process flows in case of success, failure, or delay in execution of assigned tasks. Use photo-based reports for quick and easy-to-understand feedback.
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We are often asked if QVALON can affect the company’s financial results. Of course, it can be done most positively, if the system is properly managed.