There are four Dashboards in Wovex and they each meet a different need, summarised below:


Dashboard 1: Tracking Measures in Containers  (Measures Compared)


Use when you want to see a table of the status of Measures compared side-by-side for an Initiative, or group of Initiatives.

Initiatives can be for contracts, areas and a programme, for example, so you can see how each is doing for the same Measure.


a. A text summary

b. A table of Benefits and Measures and their Goals

c. Group your initiatives

d. Average RAG summed up for a whoole portfolio based on your own rules 

e. RAG details for Initiatives and Initiative groups and trends since last period



Dashboard 2: Baseline & Supporting Measures (Programme/Area Summary)


Use when you want to see a summary of a Programme, or Phase of a Programme. 


a. Its results: A single RAG Status and changes in RAG Statuses since last period.

b. Results of its Initiatives/Groups of: RAG Statuses for each of these are shown summarised.

c. Performance of each Benefit: The RAG Status and values of the Benefits of most interest, seeing the results of its Baseline & Supporting Measures.   



Dashboard 3: Financial Tables


Use when you want to see the performance of financial Benefits.


a. Summary by time period: Forecast, Baseline and Variances on a monthly, quarterly and/or annual basis.

b. Summary by group: The performance of different groups of Benefits, individually and together, and an overall summary of them all.

c. Data uses Rolling benefits format I.E. actuals replace forecasts as you progress and get real data



Dashboard 4: Financial Columns


Use when you want to see the detail on the performance of financial Benefits of up to five time-periods compared side by side. Compare and total groups of Benefits of up to five different values (as columns) e.g. forecast, actual and baseline values for different years or quarters.


a. Tailorable tables and graphs, editable with the ability to group and categorise data at will

b. Graph of baseline and target on a line graph for comparison (cumulative or non-cumulative as preferred)