Author: Vincent Bull in: Operations
When we talk about OnRamp dashboards what we are really talking about is how some aspects of OnRamps data is represented visually. The value of dashboards should never be underestimated since they provide real-time or historical snapshots of how efficient operational processes are performing.
Dashboards can help plant owners, managers, supervisors, and operators see how operation and processes are performing at any given moment.
For example, if a work center has recorded a high scrap count within a given period, shop floor managers can review the data from the work center dashboard and respond to the problem faster, reducing downtime and improving operational efficiency.
Dashboards can also be set up to provide a global view of the whole business or they can be set up by individual departments to track their productivity or performance.
Modern business practices rely on the collection and analysis of data to drive business decisions and make operations more streamlined and efficient. With 185 different dashboards available, OnRamp enables users to create custom dashboards that can provide a fast, real-time, and historical data previews at the click of a mouse.