A Health and Safety solution is only as good as its ability to report on the information it compiles. iTrak has a variety of reporting options that are grouped into three kinds of reporting; enabling in-depth insight, proactive changes to trends, and deep analytical information critical to maintaining efficiency and safety.
As soon as your QHSE processes are automated, you will start to build performance indicators that report on the activity in the system. These high-level metrics can be available to field users anywhere. Information entered into the system can be reported and printed on demand, or collections of data can be selected to be viewed or exported to external tools. See the TRIF Reporting report to the left.
Every deployment has a collection of super-users (or power-users) that can do a more advanced configuration and setup with iTrak. These individuals have access to more advanced filtering and reporting options that can be created and changed ad-hoc. iTrak also has a standard OData web service that provides access to information from Microsoft Excel and external reporting tools (PowerBI, Tableau etc). See a TRIF report to the right.
To provide the richest form of reporting, iTrak can be configured with customer OData web services or use SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). These custom reports required more advanced programming, but when complete can be published for use with other systems users from the advanced logic. See injury counts reports to the left generated in PowerBI.