Hierarchy management

Manage your complex organizational hierarchy with FForce! Hierarchy management software

Today organizations are facing increasingly complex hierarchy management challenges. Most of the organizations must manage multiple hierarchies that are internally created and/or externally generated, including sales and account, customer, and financial hierarchies. Additionally, changes to organizational structures, accounts, or products make hierarchy management difficult and cause adverse effects that ripple across the entire organization.

To eliminate these complexities, FForce hierarchy management software can help you design, manage, and govern your hierarchies across all your master data.

A well-defined organizational hierarchy will have a clear indication of the lines of authority, communications and responsibilities. It involves assignment of role, power and control to every level. These levels are directly decided based on the Head Quarter, which is interconnected with territory management.

The organizational hierarchy goes like this

  • Mission – Functions of Board of Directors – responsible to set the intention of the business
  • Tactical Plans – Functions of Senior level Management – responsible to set the company direction
  • Strategic Plans – Functions of Middle level Management – key person connecting strategy and operations
  • Operational Plans – Functions of Front-End Sales members – responsible and guided for every day’s actions

FForce- Hierarchy Management Software allows an organization to maintain data according to the level and automatically, it is interconnected to several modules. In such organizational structure, there is a clear-cut demarcation of roles and responsibilities. Real-time functionalities and reporting can have higher impact on businesses today especially when a feature like hierarchy management is deployed across Sales, Marketing, Accounts, Service etc.

FForce- Hierarchy Management Software allows every organization to have a pre-defined demarcation of authority, duties, responsibilities, policies and communications. The hierarchical structure creates clear-cut lines of communication. This line creates the relationships between managers and subordinates to provide communication direction. This approach gives departments a clear spokesperson i.e. the manager, which subordinates know whom to report to and where to get information and directives. This serves to unify the department, resulting in coordination between its members.


  • Communication is streamlined and channelized according to the hierarchy
  • Task is distributed and executed effectively
  • Every member understands his role better
  • Allotted responsibility and effectiveness
  • Lead the business with planned policies