In our most recent user group meeting, we spotlighted our enhanced reporting and dashboards. For district admins, superintendents and other district building stakeholders, having facility reports and dashboards that are easy to read and presented in a clean, modern format helps create bigger impact and better understanding of what’s going on in your buildings. Most school facility scheduling software solutions have some basic out-of-the-box reporting, but it is typically restrained to certain parameters making it hard to customize and is not easy to share or export.
Our enhanced dashboards for ML Schedules and ML Work Orders provide greater insight into facility scheduling and work order trends and patterns. Dashboards can be customized through a variety of filters and present data in graphs, tables, charts and even calendar heat maps. Because they are dynamic, you can drill into any of the dashboard reports by clicking into them, to zoom into greater detail about a particular building, space, time frame or requesting group. There are also a variety of ways to share the reports and export them into different file types, including a simple PDF.
Facilities management software for schools has come a long way over the last few years. However, reports and dashboards have typically been slow to follow. And outside of the super users in the system, most other stakeholders rely on reports to inform them of what is going on at the facilities. With enhanced reporting and dashboards, you can feel confident in sharing that information to your stakeholders.
If you are a customer that did not make our user group meeting, please see the video below as we walk through the dashboards. If you are currently not using ML Schedules or ML Work Orders, but interested in learning more, click here to reach out to us or email us at email@example.com.