MINUTES INSTEAD OF 45 AND TITLE SEARCH TAKES 60 MINUTES INSTEAD OF 30 M

# Minutes instead of 45 and title search takes 60

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MINUTES INSTEAD OF 45, AND TITLE SEARCH TAKES 60 MINUTES INSTEAD OF 30 M Property Survey Credit Report Title Search Final Approval Time (Mins) 15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 135 150 165 180 195 210 Bottleneck - Property Survey System Cycle Time = 90 minutes System Capacity = 1/90 * 60 = 2/3 applications per hour or 5.33 applications per day Capacity Utilization = Actual output/ System Capacity. E.g., 5/5.33 = 93.75% Throughput Time is Average Waiting Time in Intake + Property Survey (90 mins) + Average Waiting Time in C Rush Order Flow Time is without any waiting time. 90 mins + 15 mins = 105 mins Total Direct Labor Content is sum of all operations time. 90 min+ 45 min + 30 min + 15 min = 180 minutes Direct Labor Utilization = Total direct labor Content /(Process Cycle Time * Number of Workers) = 180 / (90*4

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MINUTES 225 240 255 270 285 300 315 330 345 Completed Applications + Final Approval (15 mins) 4) = 50%
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• Harshad number, Direct labor utilization, Total Direct Labor Content

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