The Dashboard page is available only to users for whom a fleet is activated, and contains the summary of its contents.
The information presented on this page allows to assess the overall situation in the fleet, draw attention to an overdue service, estimate the ratio of active units, trailers, and drivers to those in service, count the total cost of expenses, etc.
The information on this page is presented in blocks. Click on the Services, Intervals blocks and the blocks of service objects (Units, Trailers, Drivers) to open the corresponding pages. Click on any section in the Services, Units, Trailers, Drivers blocks to go to the corresponding page with the filtration turned on. If the access rights to services are absent, the Services and the Notifications blocks are not displayed.
The following information blocks are presented on the Dashboard page:
Due. The number of scheduled services with the Due status.
Overdue. The number of scheduled services, the status of which was not changed to In progress or Closed in time.
In progress. Services with the In progress status, that is, the ongoing services.
The total number of intervals created for the fleet.
The average cost of all services of all units of the fleet for 1 kilometre (mile) and for 1 engine hour. To calculate it, the total cost of maintenance of all units of the fleet is divided by their actual mileage or by their actual engine hours respectively. You can also calculate the average cost of all services of all units of the fleet for 1 kilometre or mile for a specific period. You cannot calculate the average cost for 1 engine hour for a specific period.
Active. The number of fleet units that are not currently serviced.
In service. The number of units that are undergoing maintenance.
Active. The number of fleet trailers that are not currently in service.
In service. The number of fleet trailers that are undergoing maintenance.
Active. The number of fleet drivers not involved in the services that are in progress.
In service. The number of fleet drivers involved in the services that are in progress.
The number of new (unread) notifications.
The chart containing the information about the total amount of expenses associated with the service objects for the stated period. Use the Units, Trailers, and Drivers buttons above the chart to add the curves.
The chart containing the information about the total mileage or engine hours (selected with the help of the switch) of the fleet for the stated period. After deleting a unit from the fleet, the data on its mileage and engine hours remains in the chart as historical.
The time interval for which the data in the graphs should be displayed is selected in the calendar located in the upper left corner of the graph block. Depending on the position of the switch in the calendar, you can build charts by days (linear) or months (columnar). By default, the graph type By months is selected.
To indicate the interval manually, type its start and end dates in the fields below or select them in the calendar. You can move a month or a year backwards and forwards using the icons / and / respectively. To receive the information for one day (for a graph by days) or month (for a graph by months), double-click it in the calendar.
You can also select a preset interval: 3 months, 6 months, 12 months. After reloading the page, the 3 months interval is indicated in the calendar by default.
To compare planned and actual costs, you can calculate the average cost of all services of all units per 1 kilometre or mile for a specific period. To do this, follow the steps below.
The average cost of all services of all units per 1 kilometre or mile for the specific period is displayed to the right of the calendar.