Below are some of the reports and visualizations we use on a daily basis.
Development Standup Dashboard
Our development team uses this dashboard as a jumping-off point during morning stand-up meetings. Exago engineers use the data to coordinate and prioritize the day’s tasks.
Individualized Task Reports for Engineers
We use JIRA to log project tasks and assign them to our engineers. This report shows that for the given sprint, of which there are three remaining development days, Rich has two outstanding tasks to complete. The report links directly to these tasks in JIRA so that Rich can easily access the full task log.
Engineer Task Report: Design View
This is what the task report looks like behind the scenes. The report’s title is generated by the formula in row 2, and the sprint timeline below that makes liberal use of conditional formatting to mark the cycle’s progress relative to the current date. Below that, the report lists tasks assigned to the engineer in question, triggering one of two warning messages depending on how much time is left in the cycle.
Solved Support Tickets by Agent
Exago uses Zendesk to interface with clients in need of technical support, and one basic metric the team keeps track of is number of solved tickets over a given period of time. (What have we learned? Allyson is a rock star.)
Support Tickets by Client Company
Client names have been obfuscated to protect their privacy, but this stacked bar chart shows how many support tickets of a given status each client company has with Exago. Date filters have been applied to the data so that only the most relevant results display.
Exago uses Salesforce to track sales opportunities and client interactions. This is a real Exago sales dashboard populated with dummy data for the purposes of this post. Our sales agents use reports and visualizations like these to keep tabs on team goals and performance.