OnePlan – Status Reports
Automated Status Reports – so you never miss any important details
You can’t lead if you are too busy following. The less time you spend chasing down data, the more time you have for using that data to make better decisions. OnePlan status reporting means less time consolidating data and more time using visualizations that explain the leading indicators in your business – not the old news.
OnePlan’s Status Reports help you, your stakeholders, and internal team stay honest about your work, process, budgets, and issues.
Your organization may have more than one way of doing things – and multiple sources of business data. OnePlan reporting and analytics looks across methodologies and data sources to provide a complete picture.
Pursuing managers for status reports is not a good use of anyone’s time. OnePlan automation generates status when you decide. Workflows automate collaboration when different stakeholders should be consulted on approving content.
OnePlan snapshots your data so you can see patterns and trends over time – visualizations of what is likely to happen in the future. Reports can be shared in different media, enabling stakeholders to see data in their preferred format.
Snapshots and Trending
One challenge with traditional status reporting is understanding what has changed since the last report. Additionally, most reporting tells you what has happened, not what will happen in the future. With OnePlan, you can snapshot data periodically, seeing patterns in data build up over time. This enables visualizations of whether a project is likely to meet those budget targets or critical dates.
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