FrontRow's ability to capture real-time information allows us to have the unique ability to provide insightful information on a variety of dashboards. No two dashboards are alike. See the custom dashboards below; valuable information is presented in various formats for each client.
In screen 1 you will find our most basic dashboard. The information displayed includes total number of calls per day, in a rolling week. Also shown is the number of sales that were made and the total sales amount. Remember every number is hot, and when clicked on will reveal the underlying data.
The bottom half of the dashboard tracks cumulative information. (This week, Last week, This Month, Last month, Year to Date, Etc.)
On the right side you will find the sales process activity card with corresponding activity and activity totals. This is also hot and when clicked on will reveal the underlying information.
The second screen is slightly more complex and has a primary focus of tracking revenue generations in a variety of products. You can see on daily basis revenue generated from each product. At the bottom are the total sales from all products for that day. All these buttons are hot with underlying databases for analytics, reviews and reports.
Once again the bottom half of the dashboard is cumulative information.
In the third screen this company is tracking activity by client level. This is a pharmaceutical company's dashboard and their database when loaded included different physician prescribing tendencies. An A level physician has more value to this company than a B or C level physician. The sales rep has different responsibilities and goals for each level. As you can see this company is tracking the number of sales calls to each physician level. When the numbers displayed are clicked the manager is able to review progress by each physician level.
The bottom half of the dashboard includes cumulative information and will reveal total contacts by physician by specialty level. The company will now know that each physician has been visited the appropriate number of times based on their specialty level.