Section 5: Service Processes

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Part 5: Service Processes

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Service Businesses An administration business is the administration of associations whose essential business requires connection with the client to create the administration Generally grouped by the client is: Financial administrations Health mind A complexity to assembling

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Service-System Design Matrix Degree of client/server contact Buffered Permeable Reactive framework (a few) High center (none) framework (much) Low Face-to-face add up to customization Face-to-face free specs Sales Opportunity Production Efficiency Face-to-face tight specs Phone Contact Internet & on location innovation Mail contact Low High

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Characteristics of Workers, Operations, and Innovations Relative to the Degree of Customer/Service Contact

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Queuing Theory Waiting happens in Service office Fast-nourishment eateries post office supermarket bank Manufacturing Equipment anticipating repair Phone or PC arrange Product orders Why is there holding up?

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Customer Service Population Sources Finite Infinite Population Source Example: Number of machines requiring repair when an organization just has three machines. Case: The quantity of individuals who could sit tight in a line for gas.

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Service Pattern Constant Variable Service Pattern Example: Items descending a robotized sequential construction system. Illustration: People investing energy shopping.

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The Queuing System Length Number of Lines & Line Structures Queue Discipline Service Time Distribution Queuing System

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Examples of Line Structures One-individual hair salon Car wash Bank tellers' windows Hospital affirmations Single Phase Multiphase Single Channel Multichannel

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Measures of System Performance Average number of clients holding up In the line In the framework Average time clients hold up In the line In the framework System usage

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Number of Servers Single Server Multiple Servers Multiple Single Servers

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Some Assumptions Arrival Pattern: Poisson Service design: exponential Queue Discipline: FIFO

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Some Models 1. Single server, exponential administration time ( M/M/1) 2. Different servers, exponential administration time ( M/M/s ) A Taxonomy M/M/s Arrival Service Number of Distribution Distribution Servers where M = exponential conveyance ("Markovian")

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Given l = customer entry rate m = service rate (1/m = normal administration time) s = number of servers Calculate L q = average number of clients in the line L = average number of clients in the framework W q = average holding up time in the line W = average holding up time (counting administration) P n = probability of having n clients in the framework r = system usage Note in regards to Little's Law: L = l * W and Lq = l * Wq

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Model 1: M/M/1 Example The reference work area at a library gets ask for help at a normal rate of 10 every hour (Poisson circulation). There is stand out bookkeeper at the reference work area, and he can serve clients in a normal of 5 minutes (exponential dissemination). What are the measures of execution for this framework? What amount would the holding up time diminish if another server were included?

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Application of Queuing Theory We can utilize the outcomes from lining hypothesis to settle on the accompanying sorts of choices: what number servers to utilize Whether to utilize one quick server or various slower servers Whether to have universally useful or quicker particular servers Goal: Minimize add up to cost = cost of servers + cost of holding up

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Example #1: How Many Servers? In the administration division of an auto repair shop, mechanics requiring parts for auto repair exhibit their demand shapes at the parts office counter. A sections representative fills a demand while the mechanics hold up. Mechanics touch base at a normal rate of 40 every hour (Poisson). An agent can fill asks for in 3 minutes (exponential). On the off chance that the parts assistants are paid $6 every hour and the mechanics are paid $18 every hour, what is the ideal number of agents to staff the counter. Benefit Cost = s * Cs Waiting Cost = l * W * Cw S = 4 IS THE SMALLEST

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Example #2: How Many Servers? Meaty Burgers is attempting to choose what number of registers to have open amid their busiest time, the lunch hour. Clients land amid the lunch hour at a rate of 98 clients for each hour (Poisson dissemination). Every administration takes a normal of 3 minutes (exponential appropriation). Administration dislike the normal client to hold up longer than five minutes in the framework. What number of registers would it be a good idea for them to open? Require no less than 5 (why?) Increment from that point

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For six servers Choose s = 6 since W = 0.0751 hour is under 5 minutes.

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Example #3: One Fast Server or Many Slow Servers? Husky Burgers is thinking about changing the way that they serve clients. For the vast majority of the day (everything except their lunch hour), they have three registers open. Clients touch base at a normal rate of 50 every hour. Every clerk takes the client's request, gathers the cash, and afterward gets the burgers and pours the beverages. This takes a normal of 3 minutes for every client (exponential circulation). They are thinking about having only one money enlist. While one individual takes the request and gathers the cash, another will pour the beverages and another will get the burgers. The three together think they can serve a client in a normal of 1 moment. Would it be a good idea for them to change to one enroll?

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3 Slow Servers 1 Fast Server W is less for one quick server, so pick this choice.

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Example 4: Southern Railroad The Southern Railroad Company has been subcontracting for painting of its railroad autos as required. Administration has chosen the organization may spare cash by taking every necessary step itself. They are thinking about two choices. Elective 1 is to give two paint shops, where painting is to be finished by hand (one auto at once in every shop) for an aggregate hourly cost of $70. The artistic creation time for an auto would be 6 hours all things considered (expect an exponential painting appropriation) to paint one auto. Elective 2 is to give one splash shop at a cost of $175 every hour. Autos would be painted each one in turn and it would take three hours all things considered (accept an exponential painting appropriation) to paint one auto. For every option, autos arrive arbitrarily at a rate of one at regular intervals. The cost of sit out of gear time per auto is $150 every hour. Evaluate the normal holding up time in the framework spared by option 2. What is the normal aggregate cost every hour for every option? Which is the slightest costly? Reply: Alt 2 spares 1.87 hours. Cost of Alt 1 is: $421.25/hour and cost of Alt 2 is $400.00/hour.

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Example 5 A substantial furniture organization has a distribution center that serves numerous stores. In the distribution center, a solitary team with four individuals is utilized to stack/empty trucks. Administration as of now is scaling back to slice expenses and needs to settle on a choice about team measure. Trucks land at the stacking dock at a mean rate of one every hour. The time required by the team to empty/and additionally stack a truck has an exponential conveyance (paying little heed to group measure). The mean of the dispersion for a four part group is 15 minutes – i.e., 4 trucks for every hour. On the off chance that the team size is changed, the administration rate is corresponding to its size – i.e., a three part group could do 3 every hour, and so on. The cost of giving every individual from the team is $20 every hour and the cost for a truck holding up is $30 every hour. The organization has an administration objective with the end goal that the probability of a truck spending over one hour being served is 5% or less. For the present arrangement, what is the normal holding up time in the framework? What is the normal number of trucks holding up to be emptied (excluding the truck as of now being emptied? What is the likelihood that a truck holds up over one hour to be emptied? What is the aggregate cost of the four man team? Assume the organization is taking a gander at choices. One is a three part group. What is the cost of this group? Look at the measurements said to some extent a) with similar insights for the three part group. Would you choose the three part group over the team to a limited extent a)? Why or why not? One individual recommended that as opposed to have one four part group, the firm ought to utilize two, two part teams, where every group could stack/empty two trucks for every hour. What is the cost of this arrangement? What is the likelihood that a truck sits tight longer than one hour for stacking/emptying? Would you prescribe that they actualize this arrangement? Why or why not?

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Example 5 (Answer)