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Hi all, thought I’d add an idea into this request.
It would be great if theres was more customisation available on the dashboard. It seems as if lots of people want to view different data, that’s all currently available via reports but takes time to sort through to get what you’d like. Perhaps if there was an option to make certain data appear on the dashboard based on criteria set by each brewery using the BrewwQL filtering. For instance we’re starting to look at our KPIs like ‘core beer sales value vs total sales value’ (using product tags) and comparing current sales periods with previous year equivalents which would be great to have appear on the dashboard for a given time period that we’d set using the filtering.
Customising the information available on the dashboard would be super useful for us also, having talked it over with the team over the last few weeks, it became quickly apparent that different data is more useful to different users (e.g. sales/production).
For instance it would be helpful for myself to be able to see a line chart showing L racked, which also showed L sold (for an idea of over/underproduction issues overtime), and being able to filter this by container & beer style would be useful (products less useful in this particular scenario as we have a large quantity), but being able to spot trends in keg/can/cask, Pale, Stout, IPA at a glance is helpful for forecasting production needs. (I can do this with the raw data explorer & putting datasets together, but its laborious to do this regularly). Whereas sales are more interested in revenue, margins.etc…
So, if the ability for each user to customize the dashboard to suit their needs became an option, this would be great.
This would also be very helpful for us. We primarily use Breww for production. It be great to be able to customise our dashboard to show metrics such as HL brewed this week, HL in bright tank, HL in fermenter, Average FV residence. Basically a more Production focused dashboard.
Voting for this in terms of general customisation.
For me I would like to be able to see volume sold per time period (not just ££ like it is at the moment) and also volume packaged. Expanding this out to filter on customer type, package type etc. would be even better.
There’s no update to report on this yet. We’re working hard to improve Breww all the time, but with multiple requests coming in every day, it takes quite a bit of keeping up with!
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Any update on this? I’d love to see a simple feature as per Chris’ suggestion, that shouldn’t be hard to implement, on the customer dashboard of total yearly revenue (net) to date. Ideally just beside the “last ordered” box.
Then in a perfect world have more options but understand we can do them in custom reports. So in essence just giving Chris MacDonald’s suggestion a bump - especially as we’re coming to calendar year end so this will be very useful for sales reporting.
Thanks, Peter, for the comments; they’re really useful.
This project hasn’t been started yet as we’ve been busy with other projects, but it’s certainly something that we’re looking to do soon. I see that you’ve not voted for this yet - if you can vote for it, that will help push it up the priority list, as the number of votes is one of the biggest factors in how we prioritise which tasks to do next. There should be a blue “Vote” button in the top-left of the page.
Things like sales by customer type, maybe even more filters, so where you can filter sales person you could filter pubs or wholesale etc, and maybe a filter for top beer sales, so you can do it monthly/weekly etc, would be great