The CoInspect Dashboard functions as a one-stop shop for analyzing the results of field inspections. The Dashboard provides data that help managers track, train, and improve performance across the board.
The basic Dashboard consists of a series of filters including custom date ranges, properties, checklists and users. Inspection results can also be filtered by week, month, or quarter. So, for example, if you want to gauge performance over the last week, month, or quarter, you can quickly filter the results, and the KPIs are going to update in the graph or table accordingly.
Results from inspections can be seen in graph or table format, and can be exported to Excel in case you need to do custom data analysis.
The basic dashboard displays key performance indicators based on productivity, so that you can see tasks (or inspection assignments) that have been created, that are in progress, or that have been completed, letting you know what’s been done and what’s not been done. Results on the graph or table populate based on filter preferences. The data on the table is then organized by date, property, the checklist that was assigned to conduct the audit/inspection, the person who conducted the audit, passing score, and status (meaning, whether the audit has been completed or not – some audits might currently be in progress and some might not have been started yet).
As mentioned, CoInspect’s dashboard allows you to see performance KPIs, such as passing rates. When you create a checklist using the Checklist Editor, you can set a passing score on each checklist, and the dashboard will allow you to quickly see whether you are passing the threshold that was previously set.
Another KPI is completion time, which lets you get insights into how quickly or slowly certain tasks or checks are being performed. CoInspect logs when a task is started and completed so you can get benchmarks on how certain tasks are being performed in terms of thoroughness and efficiency.
So how do we use the dashboard?
Inspection results can be organized by property location or type, as well as by content, meaning that you can filter inspection results by the checklist used to conduct the inspection. MeWe has hundreds of checklists in our library in which you are free to inquire. You can also filter results by User – meaning the person who conducted the inspection. Based on how you decide to slice and dice inspection data, inspection results will populate in graph or table format below.
The key benefit of the CoInspect Dashboard is that it allows you to slice and dice structured data. By consolidating inspection results in one easy to use Dashboard, CoInspect can save managers valuable time and better their bottom line.
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