Summary

The Experior dashboard is a reporting tool using live connections to your data to provide status and progress reports on projects. This is done by creating various visuals and customised measures, which are then collected onto a user friendly dashboard.

Definition

The dashboard provides a live insight into the status of a project, and also gives a look into the different phases of the project. These separate reports breakdown the data into easier to analyse sections, as to highlight important areas of a project, such as problem areas.  The data drives the dashboard, and the more data collected the more in depth these insights can be.

How does it work?

The dashboard utilises Microsoft Power BI, which is connected to the project data directly, meaning the data can be updated at any time as to provide real time reports. The dashboard created from this data is split into the different aspects of a project, for example execution status and defect management. These reports are created in a way so that the visuals and measures involved can display the information at high level, or focus on to particular areas of interest so project management is easier and more efficient in identifying areas to improve.

Each customer dashboard is stored online, so they are always accessible along with the datasets being viewable.

What does it include?

Various dashboards are provided which are split into the key areas of your project, along with an overall progress report, and these feature tailored visuals and measures. These reports are automatically refreshed daily, but this can also be done at any time to provide instant feedback. Embedded in the dashboard is readily queryable data in plain English, meaning on the go visuals can be generated quickly and specified to display the information you want, along with showing the raw data as well.

All the visuals are readily filterable, and feature the ‘drill-down’ feature which means they can be altered to give further detail on particular points of data, and reversely be ‘drilled-up’ to give a higher level view.

The dashboard is also implemented on the AMS system, which is designed to provide end-user support for our customer’s testing tools, and can be used to monitor statistics behind tickets raised to our helpdesk, to help summarize details about the issues faced.