KPI Dashboard Accelerates Decision-Making Process

July 17, 2008

Instant Views of JOBSCOPE Key Performance Indicators Available 24/7

GREENVILLE, SC – July 17, 2008 – Jobscope, Inc., who delivers a comprehensive ERP solution for order-driven companies, recently made available a newly developed key performance indicator (KPI) dashboard for their JOBSCOPE® software application.  Presented in visually informative dashboard graphics, the KPI snapshots of operational, business and department-level performance enable management and supervisor-level personnel to quickly see progress toward production and operational goals at any time.  These views enable the organization to focus on their most important activities by measuring them and taking any required action based on the metrics.

JOBSCOPE offers KPI’s for several business and financial areas related to shipments, sales, receivables, work centers, inventory and labor.  Drill-down options and drop-down boxes on several of the KPI’s provide personnel a quick method for easy data analysis at several levels.  The new KPI executive dashboard is available in version 10.0 of the JOBSCOPE enterprise application.             

“Having KPI information available in a visually appealing format that is easy to read at a glance yet provides an option for deeper data dives is critical for management and supervisory personnel,” says Hank Sanders, President of Jobscope.  “The new dashboard instantly gives our clients the information they need for decision making and knowing where necessary production adjustments need to be made.  We will deliver additional KPI’s based on specific client needs and input provided by our Customer Advisory Council.”     

About Jobscope

Located in Greenville, South Carolina (US), Jobscope delivers a comprehensive ERP solution for engineer-to-order (ETO) and make-to-order (MTO) manufacturers; and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) businesses.  For over 25 years, customer’s using JOBSCOPE® have improved on-time deliveries, materials management and inventories, data integrity, cost control, job reporting and communications between management, operations and finance. For more information, visit