The CAFM Reports module is a qualified query and reporting system.
So, in everyday operations, the bigger problem is often not the lack of data, but the flood of data. If we cannot easily and quickly filter out the important information from the flood of information, it clearly makes it difficult to work effectively.
What can help us do this?
Based on experience, it is safe to say that a qualified query and reporting system is absolutely essential and a basic requirement for property management activities. This is the only way to keep the processes under active control, which requires both timely management reports and occasional random searches. Evaluations help to keep processes under control, while data lists and queries provide an important basis for checking details such as dates or deadlines.
However, for the above-mentioned dataset to really help us in our work, several steps are needed. Firstly, all the data needs to be summarised, then interpreted and finally presented in a clear and easy-to-understand format. This is the power of speedikon® C. It helps you quickly find and analyse all the important data, which you can then easily evaluate and compare.
Whether it is asset data, energy data, cost centres or any component of operations, the system can synthesise this data and generate reports. The application has no problem analysing an entire portfolio of tens of thousands of properties, because it is designed to do just that: it can also perform high-performance analysis of huge amounts of data. All you need to do is set up the multiple tabular and graphical displays once.
The CAFM Reports module offers a wealth of possibilities
There are two ways in which we want the data to reach the decision-maker. First, we can create ‘dashboards’ that bring up the most important data, presented in the most appropriate way for us. The other is to create templates and click on them to periodically generate reports with the same structure, with just the click of a button.
These alternatives allow you to fully customise the application, which you as a user are free to configure and adapt to your own processes. You can even create complex assessments in a very short time or save recurring analyses as favourites to be recalled at any time.
Each assessment or report can be exported in multiple formats – CSV, XLSX, PDF, HTML – and printed on demand.
As different applications require different representations, we have a free hand here too, of course. We can work with simple or complex list evaluations, or with graphical evaluations such as charts or dashboards. In addition, thanks to the various filtering and sorting functions, as well as column configurations and aggregation functions, we can then use and process the information loaded.
All processes under control
Personalised, fast work
Easy to use, transparent interface
Search made easy
Easier and smoother work
Thanks to tools designed for mathematical analyses, including the most complex evaluations, users can calculate different values and averages in just a few clicks. And the list does not end there: regression analysis can even help you identify anomalies.
Thanks to modern interfaces, even third-party data can be evaluated. In fact, all information – which may come from different sources or be considered relevant for all processes – can be stored in one place and evaluated or analysed centrally.
Transparent and simple interface
The system allows any user to perform flexible evaluations and queries. To make it convenient and easy for everyone to use, the application is completely transparent, clear and user-friendly. Also, the fact that rules are defined for each evaluation makes the work easier. The relevant rules are saved in each case, which is a great help for the next evaluation. Furthermore, we can save the current and related data alongside each evaluation.
The different reports can also be compiled as a dashboard in order to get an overview of the individual data. Of course, from here it is also possible to move on to the individual views separately. You can also search for specific information in the whole system at any time. This can be either a direct or indirect feature search, but we can also start a complex search with different criteria or formulas. In the results lists, we can then quickly and easily find what we were looking for.
It can also be helpful to predefine frequently used searches, which can provide guidance for inexperienced users. You can also save the searches and conditions that are important to you in your favourites – either for your own group or for a specific group of users.