BI Dashboard Demos
All the data/reports available in the JAM Toolkit backend application can be converted into graphical BI analytic dashboards. The BI dashboards below are just some examples of data from the JAM Toolkit. These fully interactive Microsoft PowerBI dashboard templates are available with the JAM Toolkit application and can be embedded into your organisation’s intranet for easy consumption.
NOTE: Relevant licenses for the chosen BI tool are independent of the JAM Toolkit license.
This page is best viewed on a computer; however mobile/tablet friendly dashboards can be developed if required.
Please contact us for a demo of the backend JAM Toolkit running on SAP Netweaver, which is based on traditional ABAP technology and has the look and feel of standard SAP applications.
User Analysis Dashboard
User information is loaded into the JAM Toolkit repository capturing key information about the user’s country and location, the business units they are responsible for transacting in and the entity within which they work. The data displayed in this dashboard provides and example of live users across six different countries; by selecting IN (India) in the bottom left quadrant the dashboard will show that these 30 users provide a Global Service (top-right) across 4 Business Units (bottom-right). Click “Reset” to clear the filters and select Regional Hub Services (top-right quadrant) and the graphics will change to show that there are two hubs located in Malaysia and Poland, totalling 50 users.
This dashboard is an example of how user information can be displayed for quick and easy consumption by Senior Management, Process Owners, Solution Architects and many other Support teams.
Operating Model Dashboard
Operating Model details are rarely accessible to many support teams leading to contradiction and confusion when important decision making is required. The JAM Toolkit allows for Operating Model details to be captured and made available without having to rely on individuals to manually collate the information required for analysis and decision making. Operating Models have a relationship to Jobs and even allows for Legal and Fiscal differences (i.e. Laws and Taxes) to be captured within models if required. The dashboard below represents the same business units and entities as the User Analysis Dashboard above, but also shows that there are 691 Jobs (Job = Unit of access) available in the system. Select Japan in the top-left quadrant and you’ll see that all four business units are represented and that 579 Jobs are available for assignment. Now select Russian Federation and you’ll notice that only three of the business units are represented in this country.
This dashboard is an example of basic Operating Model information which can be used by various support teams. If detailed information is required click to page 2 in the footer and export the data to Excel for easy review.
Transaction Usage Dashboard
Once configured the JAM Toolkit has a fantastic feature that stores historical user transaction usage. This is a valuable source of data that can provide huge benefits to all organisations Understanding the transactions a user has executed is of great value when undergoing an access re-design; during security audits; when annual access reviews are performed; identifying potential SoD issues or migrating to a new version of SAP (i.e. S/4 HANA). This historical data will undoubtedly allow for access assignments to be validated, redundant access to be removed and reduce overall risk during a system migration.
Deployment Analysis Dashboard
The JAM Toolkit can be used as a staging area for project deployments to define the scope of access and users that will be part of the project go-live. JAMTEC have a proven methodology and have developed a variety of tools to support a successful project implementation. The Deployment Analysis Dashboard shows some key information relating to the progress of several fictional project waves. Select JP Project Deployment in the Slicer (top-left quadrant); the summary bar at the top shows that there are currently 418 jobs that remain unassigned to users (leaving access gaps in the end-to-end processes) and that there are 3 users who do not yet have any access assigned. The conclusion being that more User to Job Mapping is necessary. In the bottom-right quadrant shows the number of hours training the users must complete based on their Job mapping; those with 50+ hours may need to be reviewed as they may have been over-mapped to access.
The dashboards can be scheduled to be refreshed automatically and are available on mobile devices as well as published on intranet sites making them easily accessible to project teams and making a significant cost saving for technical teams who would typically produce them.