Dashboards provide a detailed view of all reports and KPIs. In a dashboard, Analytics can be added enabling chart creation by the end user and customization of data visualizations. Dashboards support KPIs, shown numbers, and process instances as well.
Have a look at the examples in the figure to get an impression why not all chart types will be relevant for all data sets.
See the following video to learn more about the Supply Chain Network Visualization.
A dashboard provides a summarized view of charts, KPIs, process instances, tasks, and so on. It enables visibility of the most important data used. This functionality can be used to display historical data through charts in one view.
In the next slide there are two examples of dashboards displaying KPIs, charts, financial figures and historical data. The bullets points on the left side in the slide are explaining the constructed charts on the right.
Dashboards provide the following characteristics:
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Provides historical and forward looking KPIs in a single view
View how Supply Chain is being managed in one view