Stellar managing director Grant Broadbent (pictured) was featured in today’s New Zealand Herald, describing how Stellar uses analytics to measure and improve staff productivity in its own teams.

The app, built by Stellar using Tibco Spotfire, is a modular system that could easily be adopted by legal, accounting or consulting practices using timesheeting apps such as WorkflowMax.

“We can see revenue, margin and other metrics by time period, individual project and individual employee and many other dimensions that are important to us,” Mr Broadbent told the Herald.

Using the app, Stellar’s management can see revenue, margin and other metrics by time period, individual project and individual employee and many other dimensions.

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