Earned Value Analysis
A project manager running multiple projects will want to know on a periodic basis how his or her projects are doing at that point in time so that he/she can make changes if the project is off-schedule or if it is costing more.
Earned Value Analysis is a project management technique and a standard that can be used to measure a project’s progress at any given point in time, forecasting its final cost, analyzing variances in schedule and cost as time proceeds. It compares planned work with actual completed work. When a piece of work is completed, it is “earned”.Learn more and get the implementation kit
Retail Distribution Management
This BI solution is meant to help a retail business improve its performance in terms of profitability, with a focus on distribution processes. Like any other business, the main objective of retailers is to achieve continuous improvement in that area. Other factors, such as back office management costs (inventory, procurement, production etc.), shipping and product attributes are beyond the scope of this solution. This retail analytics BI solution template contains 5 dashboards that will help you identify key factors that have the largest effect on profitability and improve sales force performance.Learn more and get the implementation kit
Profit and Loss Dashboard
A profit and loss statement (P&L) is a financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs and expenses incurred during a specific period of time, usually a fiscal quarter or year. The P&L report is prepared as frequently as managers need them, usually monthly or quarterly. A P&L report goes to the manager in charge of each profit center; these confidential profit reports do not circulate outside the business.Learn more and get the implementation kit
What is a Project Management Dashboard?
A project management dashboard provides managers with an instant visual representation of their PMO KPIs. Sisense’s PMO dashboard examples allow project managers to access all of their data in one place, saving them valuable time. An effective project management dashboard will display metrics of a certain project's overall progress and performance, as well as highlight bottle necks and issues that require immediate attention.