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C3 Business Intelligence Dashboards as a management cockpit

C3 Business Intelligence Dashboards as a management cockpit

C3 Business Intelligence Dashboards as a management cockpit

Users of theurer.com C3 ERP/MIS software can look forward to the company’s newly developed business intelligence dashboards, which bring together all of the important figures and information in a management cockpit.

As the developer of the C3 ERP/MIS software, theurer.com is already well- established with an extensive management software solution for printing and packaging production. To visualize important key figures and performance indicators in an easy-to-follow format, theurer.com has now come up with its new dashboards. They were developed to bring together all of the important figures and information in a management cockpit.

 

The dashboards have the advantage of providing information for managers in a simple way in the form of clear and well-organized graphics.

"Our new dashboards offer companies simple support for successful business decisions. They make the performance of all departments available in an interactive and simple way," explains Tobias Theurer, Managing Director of theurer.com.

Both the content and the design of the dashboards can be arranged flexibly, so they can be tailored optimally to a company’s needs and requirements.

The following are just some of the things the C3 business intelligence dashboards allow users to do:

  • Visualize key performance indicators in graphic form onscreen
  • Monitor performance indicators for a wide range of different departments at a glance
  • Quickly identify and correct negative trends
  • Configure adjusted management cockpits for each department or function

The dashboards bring together all of the important figures and information in a management cockpit in real time. Dashboards can be tailored to specific roles, and they can display metrics that have been geared toward a particular viewpoint or department. With just one click on a dashboard, different interest groups, such as sales, production, or controlling, receive the information that is relevant to them, always up to date. One example for the use of a dashboard is a production cockpit that shows production output, on-time performance, costs of errors, and capacity at a glance, with all of this information always up to date. The dashboard visualizes the key results in clear and well-organized graphics, making it easy for users to monitor results.