How do you evaluate your project's Return on Investment?

return on investment

The calculation of an ROI is not limited to the productivity gain achieved or the savings made in the company.

The calculation of the return on investment must incorporate the savings on the direct and indirect costs that can be generated by the project as well as the overall productivity gains in the company.

Gains on direct costs

Material gains

Reducing overconsumption

Reducing non-compliance and scrap

Optimizing workshop inventory management

 

Gains on the workforce

Improving team performance

Lower cost of teams

Removing unproductive times

 

Gains on machines

Improving team performance

Machine capacity gains

Gains on energy

Decrease in energy consumption

 

Gains on indirect costs

Improving teamwork Saving time in the decision-making process