Measure, analyse and manage operations

Once we've removed ineffeciences born of multiple users creating multiple systems, and reduced it down to a single unified system. It allows users to go from their micro views of the organisation operation, to a macro view.

This is done by the introduction of 'Dashboards'. Which are in effect, just collaboration of data, with the ability to layer on analytics and various report views, allowing your users to do what people do best, spot patterns, identify relationships, and worry about what is most important to their tasks any any given moment.

We can reduce white noise and present data that was once only accessable via the local knowledge of a specific individuals expertise.

We can also introduce new data, allowing the collaboration of information between a variety of previous unconnected sources.

The end result can be a business where all members of an organisation operate witih the same knowledge, same purpose, in a coordinated method.

No longer will the left hand not know what the right hand is doing.

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What is a Dashboard?

Dashboards give signs about a business letting the user know something is wrong or something is right

Key elements to a good dashboard

  • Simple, communicates easily
  • Minimum distractions...it could cause confusion.
  • Supports organised business with meaning and useful data
  • Applies human visual perception to visual presentation of information
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