The dashboard enables you to see the most important KPIs relating to your business compliance at a glance. The video below demonstrates all key features including:

  • Place and Op comparison

  • Choosing to display best or worst performers

  • Changing the reporting time-frame

  • Choosing which parameters to show

  • How 'overall punctuality' is calculated

  • Clicking through to see detailed information in the Operations History


Navigating your Dashboard

Your Dashboard displays a visual representation of the data generated at your Org. By clicking on the pink + button on the bottom right corner, you are able to generate your own graphs based on:

  • Operations Overall Punctuality

  • % of operations completed on time

  • % of operations completed late

  • % of operations not completed

For each of these options, you are able to then select:

  • Place/Operation that you would like your choice to be based on

  • Timeframe: day, week, month, quarter or year.

These combinations let you configure a Dashboard that best suits your needs and the information that you would like to have at a quick glance.


Calculating the Heat Map Percentages

The infographic below explains what percentages fall into the Good, Okay or Bad Range, depending on if you are looking at Best Performing Places/Ops or Worst Performing Places/Ops:

  • 1 point is given to every Op completed on time

  • 0.5 point is given to every Op completed late

  • 0 point is given to every Op that is not completed

So, for example, if 10 Ops are due on a certain day:

4 are completed on time = 4 points

5 are completed late = 2.5 points

1 not completed = 0 points

This is a total of 6.5/10 possible points for a 65% percentage, which would fall into the 'Okay' range for that day when looking at Best Performing Ops %.


Now that you have a general understanding of the Web App Dashboard, let's jump into learning about Analytics, shall we?

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