How to build a capacity management tool
Capacity management tools are used by managers to efficiently allocate staff and realign resources. While capacity typically has negative connotations, the overall goal is to manage resources wisely during seasonal peaks and valleys — and over the long term when business trends upward or downward.
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- Capacity management can be used to effectively manage staffing levels, reduce costs, and drive efficiency initiatives
- As the business evolves, capacity models can and should be adapted to keep them current.
- A capacity model can be run for multiple locations, multiple teams or even at an employee level, allowing for workload balancing and business continuity planning.