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Hi-Tech Dashboard

High-Tech Dashboards

Our network monitoring dashboard tracks pertinent information about bandwidth consumption, device utilization, and server utilization. This real-time dashboard is set to refresh at frequent intervals to guarantee that the information you’re seeing on your screen is up-to-date and actionable.

High-Tech Dashboard Sample

View our network monitor dashboard to receive pertinent information about usage, bandwidth consumption, device utilization, and server utilization. Dundas Dashboards are set to refresh at a customizable interval to guarantee that the information you’re seeing on your screen is as accurate to your staff as possible.

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Micorma Network Monitor

Dashboard Solutions

Minimize Supply Risks

Mitigating risk in the supply chain is all about managing the details: evaluating supplier response times, inspection history, pricing, cash flow, profitability, stock levels, production capacity, threat of natural disasters, quality/defect rate, speed of delivery, and supply chain complexity. Comparing the risk factors of several suppliers, and visually analyzing how these factors change over time, can predict and prevent supply disruptions. A dashboard can also perform What-If analysis to understand how disasters affect your supply chain.

Sales and Operations Planning

Leading organizations use S&OP processes to determine production requirements based on sales forecasts, demand predictions, supply constraints and financial impact analysis. A dashboard can encourage collaboration between sales, marketing and procurement managers, so they all work from the same the data to refine estimates. Sales and operations planning helps avoid overproduction and out-of-stock events. This approach lowers warehousing costs and creates a smooth production schedule that minimizes labor costs and disruptions.

Supplier Relationship Management

An SRM scorecard tracks the quality of supplier relationships, both from an internal and supplier perspective. Measuring and improving key metrics through joint discussion and collaboration results in stronger supplier relationships. The better that relationship, the higher the cost savings through favored customer pricing and collaborative design partnerships. As well, it creates the opportunity for new revenue opportunities through early or exclusive access to new technology, reduced stock-outs from joint demand forecasting, and better risk management.

Visualize Such KPIs As:

  • Supplier Response Times
  • Number of R&D Partnerships
  • Defect Rate
  • Liquidity
  • Demand Forecast
  • Growth-Share
  • Inventory & Stock-outs

What customers
are saying

“I was impressed with [the Dundas] process, appreciated their open communication and their finished solution.”
- Microsoft