When entering the platform, the first thing that is displayed is the Overall Dashboard. The dashboard provides the user the ability to view updated and summarized management information.

The dashboard displays system information via indicators and dynamic charts with the following available widgets:

  • Work orders in Process: Refers to the total number of work orders that are still in the execution stage.

  • Works orders in Review: Refers to the total number of work orders that have already been executed and are in the verification stage.

  • Closed work orders: Refers to the total number of work orders that have been verified and concluded.

  • Work Queues with Delay: Refers to the number of jobs that are waiting to be scheduled as a work order according to their frequency or activation.

  • Compliance Percentage: Representative graph showing the proportionality between the work orders created vs. those completed.

  • Work Orders: Comparative bar chart between work orders created, completed, and pending.

  • Work Management: Pie chart comparing Planned vs. Unplanned Tasks.

  • Failures that Caused Damage: This refers to the number of failures associated with assets that have caused some type of damage (to the environment, facilities, injuries to internal personnel, third parties and others).

  • Assets Stopped: Refers to the number of equipment that is detained (equipment out of service and shut down for maintenance).

  • Planned Stops: Refers to all the stops that have occurred due to planned activities.

  • Unplanned Stops: Refers to all the stops that have occurred due to unplanned activities.

  • Work Requests: Comparative bar graph between the requests created vs. those solved.

  • Task Priorities: Ring chart where the proportion between the priorities of the tasks is evidenced.

  • Failure Severity: Ring chart where the proportion between the severity of the reported faults is evident.

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