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Reporting and Analysis

 

Day-to-Day Status Reporting

You can report the status and details of the checklists you’ve assigned to teams using the Alerts Report which details any alerts raised by Checkit (a checklist entry indicates that a freezer is failing, for example).

This report is available via the Checkit Control Centre, but you can also access it via the App on a phone or Checkit Memo:

  1. login to the App (with Administrator level access)
  2. select the ellipse icon at the bottom-right of the page
  3. select Control Centre
  4. you will be prompted to re-enter your login password (for security)
  5. select the report you want (Work Report or Alerts Report).
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Note: this option on the App does NOT provide access to the Checkit Control Centre, just this and the Work report.

Historical Reporting and Analysis

Is work being done on time? Are managers and supervisors dealing with issues? Are processes running within specification? Is equipment available and operating?   Automated Monitoring has been designed with the requirement for regulated industries to keep auditable records of monitoring activities and associated data, in mind. Checkit provides dashboards to enable operational data to be examined, understood and interrogated. Performance can be tracked by site (location), team and process, creating the visibility needed to track records and make sure you can intervene before small dips in performance turn into bigger issues.

You can extend the dashboards, combining Checkit data with that from other systems to link operational, financial or relationship data across the systems you use for a true 360 degree view and to help identify anything that needs attention before your next audit or inspection.

Basic reporting is available as follows.

  • A basic log of all checks and checklist completion activity: the Work report lists every check or checklist that has been completed or should have been completed because it was scheduled to be so, for the time period you specify. To access this report login to the Checkit Control Centre and select Reports, Work, View and then modify the parameters available at the top of the page (date, location, team, checklist name, etc.) to see the data you want.
  • Alerts: the Alerts report details any alerts that have been raised when a check or checklist that should have been completed has not been completed or when data entered as part of the completion of a checklist is outside of the predefined range (a frozen food delivery is found to be 1.0 degree warmer than the limit specified in the checklist, for example).
  • Work Management Devices: provides a list of all phones with the Checkit App installed, all Checkit Memos and/or Probes   within your business, as well as details about each including its name (will often ne the name of the operator its assigned to, but also might be a team or role related name), the business location it is associated with and if active or when last active (the App that is rather than the phone per se). To access this report login to the Control Centre and select Work Management Devices and View/Edit.

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Report data can be exported to .csv format. For more details about reports please refer to For details about the reports and how to use them refer to The Reports Widget , and Searching reports 

Advanced reporting can be provided by the Operational Insights feature which uses Microsoft’s Operational Insight PowerBI platform to provide analysis of sensor data, alerts and the actions recorded against the alerts to provide insight into the performance of your monitoring effort. To access this report login to the Control Centre and select Reports, Operational Insights. (Operational Insights is an optional additional feature not included in all installations by default.)

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 For more details refer to Operational Insights with Power BI.

An API is also available to enable you to import Checkit data into your own Reporting systems so you can combine the data with other/your own operational data to produce customised reports / analysis. To use the API (Application Programming Interface) you will need IT skills/resource.   For further details about this (optional) feature please refer to API Reporting Reference. (The API is an optional additional feature not included in all installation by default.)

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