Is it Time for an Efficiency Assessment?

Everybody likes convenience and efficiency. We like killing two birds with one stone, having our cake and eating it, too, and shaving seconds off our grooming routine with 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner.

This is especially true for folks who are hauling equipment, loading and unloading, and setting it up. When your back (or your time) is involved, most of us don’t want to do more than we have to.

The very nature of race timing is about calculating efficiency down to the millisecond. Guaranteeing accuracy. Splitting seconds.

As a race timer, you’re acutely tuned into efficiency on the track. Are you applying that performance mentality to every aspect of your timing process?

Why Efficiency Matters

Efficiency is the comparison of what is accomplished with what could be achieved with the same amount of resources (money, time, labor, etc.) or even with less. Often, we don’t think about efficiency unless we’re struggling – either falling behind or failing in some way.

But the nature of innovation is to explore how to make something good even better. It doesn’t have to be “broke” to benefit from “fixing.” That thinking is how the fastest runners in the world got where they are!

Because efficiency can directly impact our bottom line without us even knowing it, eliminating unnecessary expenditures of our own time and energy is worth a second look.

Super Elite Reader with Quattro Card

That’s what we had in mind when we bundled our Super Elite Readers into one box. You get UHF, Dual Frequency and –the best of both worlds: combination timing options – in one trip to the start and finish lines.

It’s multi-tasking at its finest – sharing internet access across devices, having all the options you’d want with less manual labor and set up, and time-savings, to boot. Because, after all, if anyone would want to optimize time, it’s you.

Learn how you can save time and effort with 3 readers in 1 box.

Gina Calvert

Gina Calvert is the Senior Marketing Writer for ACTIVE Network, providing marketing and business resources for active lifestyle organizations across a range of markets, including government, nonprofits, camps, schools and endurance events, for more than six years.

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