Time and action planning tool that allows the management to identify delays in the work cycle while managing KPI’s

System Background

The Time And Action (TNA) tracking model, is a technologically backed operational practice which will allow companies to manage its operations for several reasons, its primary objective is to ensure a smooth flow of operations with each task and action marked with accountability its encourages users to execute the day to day operations as per the set timelines, with employees working from home and/or reporting to work on shifts the TNA applications allows the stakeholders to stay up to date with the assigned tasks


Virtual Departments


Create workflow templates

Delay Reasons

Maintain multiple Task Types

System Calendar

User Roles

Admin Task Browser

Item image uploaders

Main screen will visualize the tasks as per the following categories in addition to showing all the tasks a user has to complete.

  • Priority
  • Delay
  • Status (Pending / Rejected)

The content of the tasks depends on two factors;

  • New order
  • Reorder

The home screen will also visualize the notifications received from another user as part of a particular task completion.

e.g.; Approval

Once the user presses the all-tasks tab the respective tasks will appear.

The main tasks are shown in the horizontal tab section.

The list of tasks shown are the subtasks a user has to complete to complete the main task. There can be any number of sub tasks from 1 sub task to multiple sub tasks.

In some cases, each subtask may have certain tasks such approvals listed under them.

The detailed description of the subtask appears once the user presses a particular task. All the information shown on this screen is not mandatory except for the;

  • Attachment’s tab – which allows users to upload or open attachments linked to that task
  • Delay notification – Shows the delays with respect to the day the task was opened.
  • Response for the delay – If the delay has been notified to others
  • Task status – Shows if the subtask is complete or not.