The Pareto Principle
80% of the result can be achieved with 20% of the effort.Completing a project that achieves 60% of a goal is more useful than failing at a project that would have gone all the way. Large projects demand more time before achieving results and always entail greater risks. Striving for the perfect solution is not profitable, since according to the Pareto principle 80% of the maximum can be achieved with only 20% of the effort. If you know your company's processes and choose the right investments, the ROI is very fast.
The Pareto principle, a.k.a. the 80/20 rule, can be applied to a number of phenomena, both at home and at work. For example, it is very common that 20% of articles handled in a company stand for 80% of the value.
At MA-system we work according to the Pareto principleWe deploy resources where they do the most good. For this reason, we work together with our customer to set a level of ambition that becomes our goal. By prioritizing and focusing on the parameters that will carry us faster towards our goal, we can achieve great results at a relatively small work effort.
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