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User-Based Dashboard of FactsERP

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In traditional ERP software, they are basically a transaction-based system. Traditional ERP system store the static data(Masters) and uses that data to help the organization to perform day to day business transaction. Based on such transactions across the organization, the management generates reports from the system, which help to run the business.

Modern ERP systems like FactsERP, have shifted to a new standard of user-based dashboard working for everyone. The moment of user logs in to FactsERP, he or she gets information pertaining to the performance indices of their functional areas, the task, alerts, and graphical analytics in just a glance.

This is all achieved by the introduction of “User-Based Dashboard”. It imports the key data from the basic module and create useful reports and analytics, and graph-based on user preferences. These graphs are real-time and allow users to analyze the behavior of particular functional areas related to them. On user based dashboard, a user can see documents that are pending approval or completion from others. Other than this, the reports that are frequently used also appear on the user dashboard which allows users to have quick access to meaningful data. Because of this no need for the user to go to the reports section, in order to run reports.

This is a proactive dashboard that pushes the user to their actionable and at the same time keep them on their toes by showing them their KPI’s as well as information that affects their KPI’s.

Modern ERP systems enable notifications and alerts for users related to their functional areas as for HR they can see the alerts and notifications related to employees’ leave, documents expiry, birthday, and more. Moreover, this modern ERP dashboard is fully customizable so that it can bring the info as per user or departments requirements

Business Alerts pertaining to events which a user should be aware of, also form a part of the Dashboard.

Thus, ‘User Dashboards’ not only helps organizations in doing transactions, but it makes mission-critical metrics available to organizations in real-time and gives them information where their business stands at a given point in time so that they can take quicker and better decisions.