The Company analytics section is available in the Graphical analytics tab and displays the following information:
- Number of checks and tasks
- Processes evaluation
- Dynamics of assessment and number of violations by process
- Evaluation by Division/Region
- Evaluation by Store
- Templates Evaluation
- Number of checks
These graphs show:
1) Number of inspections for the selected period:
- total number of checks carried out;
- The number of checks carried out in the store;
- The number of checks carried out outside the store and their percentage of the total number.
2) The number of remarks by the results of checks:
- remarks received - the number of checklist tasks created during the selected period;
- remarks fixed- the number of completed tasks on the checklist from those created in the selected period.
3) Number of tasks for the selected period.
Process evaluation shows the average evaluation of each process in descending order over the selected period. When you select a specific process or use filters, information about that process in the store or in the template with that process will be shown.
When the data is displayed as a pie chart, the process evaluation and its sequence number will be shown. If there are many processes, the chart will show ranges of ordinal numbers. Click on to expand the pie chart to the full screen.
When displaying the graph as a table, the processes are displayed in ascending order. Click on to change the sort order.
By default, the chart shows the average check score and the number of remarks for all processes. If you select a specific process, the average process grade and the number of remarks by day in the selected period are displayed. Use filters to get more detailed information about the point or template of interest.
Clicking on a column will open a list of remarks for that day, as well as the status of the correction. For unfixed tasks, you can remind the executor of the need to correct the remark.
The Intervalogram shows the number of checks with this or that grade in the context of the compared periods. When hovering over the scale, you can compare the number of checks with this grade in the current period with the number of checks with the same grade in the previous period (for example, for the current month and for the previous one). The more the graph is shifted to the right (the more it tends to the highest grade), the better.
To expand the graph to the full screen and view the data in more detail, use the button.
The graph displays the average grade in the division by checks performed in the selected period. If you use filters by templates or processes, you can get more detailed information about them in each region or division.
The view of the chart depends on the user level:
The graph displays the average grade for all processes in the store for the selected period. When you select a store, the information for that store is displayed in all graphs. If you use filters, you will see more detailed information about the situation in the store.
You can display the chart as a map. Clicking on a grade will show more detailed information on the stores in that area.
When displaying the chart as a table, stores will be displayed in ascending order of grade. Click on to change the sort order. You can also select a store from the table to rearrange the rest of the graph.
|The graph displays the average grade for each template in the selected period. If you select one or more templates, the data in the remaining graphs will rebuild and display statistics for the selected templates. Use the filters to get more detailed information on a template at a specific store.|
The graph displays the number of checks performed by each employee in the selected period. Use filters to see more detailed information.
When the graph is displayed as a table, the number of checks performed is displayed in ascending order.
To expand the graph to the full screen and view the data in more detail, click on the three dots and then use .