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Use Cases

Up-to-date information on key performance indicators is needed every day: in team meetings, weekly meetings, monthly town hall meetings, management group meetings, project meetings, strategy workshops and personal development discussions. Management group requires regular updates of how various teams and functions are progressing towards their goals and board of directors, investors and other stakeholder groups require regular status updates.

In increasingly many organizations, employee empowerment and transparency are seen as core values. Company performance and key data is shared openly and widely with everyone. Here are some examples of how to use digital reporting and links to our ready-made functional solutions.


Open communication of key metrics and information, goals and performance on TV screens at the office drive focus and performance through increased transparency. Personal device access serves more in-depth information on company, team or personal level, but also gives a possibility to understand the challenges in and between departments.

Traditional: Weekly, monthly or random reviews on results. Uncertainty and lack of focus. Secrecy of data.

Top management and the board

Continuous access on key information enhances daily decision-making and reactivity. Board meetings will always have structured, accurate and easily interpreted data available. Connections between departments can be effortlessly examined.

Traditional: Access on latest data monthly. Outdated data. Handcrafted presentations. Inconsistency in defining and following-up on key metrics. Discontinuity of information between departments.


The visibility of goals and tracking of performance will push team members to reach for better results. Sharing key information reveals opportunities and threats. Team meetings will have the most recent data to back up the planning and innovating.

Traditional: Weekly summaries. Incomplete data. Hiding, ignoring, disguising lack of performance. Confusions in defining good or inadequate performance.

Investors, accounting offices

Investors, accounting offices, people and organizations that provide your company with information or who your company reports to. Adding transparency increases commitment which in turn makes your valuable partners more involved. Real-time follow-up of your success also both attracts and speeds-up potential investments.

Traditional: Handcrafted reports for investors and funding partners. Outdated data giving an image of not being up-to-date with key success factors. Accounting offices providing companies with monthly reports by email.

Example dashboards

Financials Dashboard

A financials dashboard makes it easy to communicate how your business is doing to various teams and stakeholders. Our ready-made dashboard includes the key financial figures: monthly revenue, monthly expenses, EBIT and EBITDA figures. All organized into a handy dashboard that is always available.

Financials Dashboard

HR Dashboard

Make key people metrics easily available to decision-makers. Our dashboards fetch data from selected human resource software and show key people metrics in real-time - making it easy and effortless to follow the impact of HR decisions. Our package includes three ready-made dashboards that you can modify to suit your needs.

HR Dashboard

Sales Dashboard

Our sales dashboards connect to your CRM software and show the 25 most popular sales metrics grouped into five dashboards for different audiences. The cloud-based solution works on your favourite device - from TV screens to mobile - making it easy to share the data with others.

Sales Dashboard

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