It’s unreasonable to expect people to work more than 8, 10, 12 hours a day. There is only so much work to do. But it is possible to use that time more efficiently, so that the work will be done only in 8 hours instead of 12.
This was what Martin Plank, the CEO of SOLARplan conveyed to us. His goal is to make the most of the time he and his employees have so that both he and his investors will see the greatest returns. That can be done, can't it? Unfortunately the Czech industry of photovoltaic power plants has a complicated administration process - the contract usually requires up to 35 partial steps, which logically follow each other.
One of the issues that Martin came up against was waiting for permission from the authorities. As a result, a single contract (like the construction of a power plant) might take as long as 5 months, when it could conceivably be done in a week. What he required was some way to have an overview of all the processes involved, including which projects were being held up and what available tasks his employees were able to do.
The Virtual Project Manager Apu creates individual work schedules for employees, which follow the priorities of all projects. As a result, Martin was able to assign tasks and ensure his employees always had something to do and weren’t wasting time waiting around. For example, if an employee required approval for a document, the virtual project manager immediately assigns them to work on another project. Finding the best solutions automatically and relying on AI to organize the business flow meant that Martin could then focus on more important matters.