Dynamic reports are here!
written by Natalia Molina, On March 09, 2023
Is there anything better than having all your risk management parameterized in a single platform? Your processes, risks, controls, events and action plans with the exact information your organization needs to manage its risks. Imagine adding to all that to build customized reports, make comparisons with different registers of the management systems you manage and download it in excel or png to present it in audits, boards of directors, etc. It would make management easier, wouldn't it?
Having ✨dynamic reports✨ greatly simplifies risk management, and with Pirani you can have it. In this article I will tell you about our new module and how you will be able to create reports easily and in a few steps in our platform.
These are the types of reports you will be able to generate 📊
1. Data table
Add and move columns
Something that makes this type of report very interesting is that you will have the possibility to select which fields you want in the report. For example, if you are making a report on risks, you can choose which fields of this module will be shown: their code, name, impact, frequency, risk factor, etc. This way you will only have the precise data you need in the report and best of all you can sort the columns as you see fit by clicking and dragging them.
Filter by condition
With this option you can filter, for each module, the conditions you want the report to have. To make the concept clear, let's take an example: If you are making a report of the risk module, you can apply the filter by condition if you want to see only those risks that have a low residual risk level.
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Types of graphs
Filter by dates
If you have reports that you will use on a recurring basis in your risk management, you can add them as favorites or set them as default so that you can build other reports based on the data of the favorite or preset report.
We created a detailed tutorial for you