Excel Spreadsheet Scheduler


Excel manufacturing and quality control spreadsheets by UserSolutions Spreadsheet SchedulerBUY NOWUS$129.00 30 day money-back guarantee       DemoVersion Spreadsheet SchedulerOverviewLow cost and easy-to-use spreadsheet templates for Project Management, Scheduling Customer Jobs and Employees, Generating Calendars and Gantt Charts. The Spreadsheet Scheduler is a toolkit containing 14 ready-to-use, practical models for a variety of common scheduling problems. The models are spreadsheet templates that work with all popular spreadsheets.Scheduling problems tend to be specific to the operating procedures of a particular business. Therefore, this collection can be used as a set of building blocks to develop custom applications. The spreadsheet environment is particularly suited for this since you can link, customize, expand, and consolidate the data however you wish.The scheduling techniques include:job and task sequencingdevelopment of calendarsGantt chartsdue-date assignmentcomputation of lateness and other performance measuresscheduling of work according to precedence relationshipsThe 14 spreadsheet-based programs provide an easy-to-use set of tools to help any organization manage projects more efficiently, improve customer deliveries, and minimize work-in-process times.How it WorksThe Spreadsheet Scheduler includes CPM (Critical Path Management) models for hourly, daily, or weekly time units.By determining early and late starting points for each task, as well as task duration and precedence relationships, the template generates a Gantt Chart showing which tasks are critical; that is, must be done on time, otherwise the entire schedule will slip.Work flow and work-in-process models provide techniques for scheduling customer jobs through single workstations, workstations in series, or workstations in parallel. These models enable more efficient planning and accurate customer deliveries through minimizing average flow time, number of days late for jobs, and number of late jobs.Functionality also includes ability to do "what-if" analysis to accommodate changes without missing deadlines.FeaturesThe scheduling techniques include:job and task sequencing,development of calendars,construction of several different types of Gantt charts,processing idle periods,due-date assignment,computation of lateness and other performance measures, and scheduling of work according to precedence relationships.These techniques can be extracted and assembled in many different ways. BUY NOWUS$39.00       DemoVersion


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