How to Use Business Analytics to Boost Office Efficiency

How to Use Business Analytics to Boost Office Efficiency

Running a business is all about efficiency.

Automating Boring Tasks

Measuring efficiency can be difficult at times, especially if you’re trying to do so with a team that performs a whole array of different tasks.  

That being said, business analytics is a game-changer when it comes to collecting and processing efficiency metrics, and today we’ll discuss how you can use these tools to boost your team’s efficiency. 

Automating Boring Tasks

Keeping track of each individual team members’ activity is a good way to gain an insight into how efficient your team really is. Before you start looking into unique performance metrics, it would be a good idea to cover the basics first.  

Things such as attendance, your team’s ability to follow deadlines, and preset schedules are imperative. Don’t worry, you don’t need to manually input these things. There are tools like TimeForge that will automate all of these tasks and extrapolate all kinds

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Morgan Wallen breaks silence after racial slur controversy-ANI

Washington [US], February 11 (ANI): Country music star Morgan Wallen has finally broken his silence, taking ownership of his actions after he was captured using racial slur in a video.
On Thursday, the 27-year-old singer released a five-minute Instagram video addressing his use of the racial slur. He also urged fans not to defend him as he wants to “take ownership” of the offense.
He began his video by saying, “I’m long overdue to make a statement regarding my last incident. I wanted to collect my thoughts, seek some real guidance and come to you with a complete thought before I did.”
According to the singer, the video that surfaced was taken during “a bender,” which he said was “not something I’m proud of either.”
Wallen said, “I let so many people down. I let my parents down and they’re the furthest thing from the person in that video. I

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Laquan McDonald Business Tech Center offers STEAM programs to young men in North Lawndale

CHICAGO (WLS) — A new technology center that is being unveiled Sunday in Chicago will bring more resources to the city’s West Side, while also honoring the legacy of Laquan McDonald.

It’s in an effort to educate and inspire young people.

Welcome to the men’s meeting at Grace Memorial Baptist Church.

They are actually young men, and they are younger cousins of 17-year-old McDonald, who was fatally shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer in 2014.

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Their great uncle and pastor wanted to offer them a place to talk, listen and learn.

On Sunday, Pastor Marvin Hunter offers them and other young people in North Lawndale another opportunity.

Hunter will unveil the Laquan McDonald Business Tech Center in a newly build room of the church with donated computers and volunteer instructors to offer STEAM programs.

“Out of school, you still

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USDA raises 2020-21 sugar supply forecast | 2021-02-10

WASHINGTON — Forecast record-high US sugar production and slightly higher imports in 2020-21 boosted the expected ending stocks-to-use ratio to 16.15%, up from 14.4% in January and up sharply from 12.9% in 2019-20, the US Department of Agriculture said in its Feb. 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report.

Total domestic sugar production in 2020-21 was forecast at 9,312,000 tons, up 156,000 tons, or 1.7%, from the January forecast and up 1,163,000 tons, or 14%, from 2019-20. Beet sugar production was forecast at 5,046,000 tons, up 53,778 tons from January and up 695,000 tons from last year. Cane sugar outturn was forecast at a record 4,265,000 tons, up 102,000 tons from last month and up 467,000 tons from 2019-20.

“Beet sugar production is increased on a projected increase in national sucrose recovery to 15.126%,” the USDA said. “Recoveries in all regions except the Upper Midwest are projected to be

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