Operational Efficiency

The organization moves toward operational efficiency when maximizing its return using a minimum of resources, performing similar activities of its competitors, with efficiency, productivity and lower cost.

The organizational structure, and poorly designed internal processes, affect operational efficiency.

The indicators are of great relevance for monitoring the losses generated in the process or outside it.


Vector’s proposal is to work with the three pillars: processes, system and people, driving through:

  • Adequate operational and business processes minimizing activities that do not add value and maximizing productivity gains, reducing losses and reducing costs;
  • To adapt the technological infrastructure of management to guarantee full support to the processes of planning, control and decision making;
  • Develop operational and managerial skills of employees, aiming to consolidate the commitment to results.
  • Change management.