Please note that this module is a paid add-on module and may not be included in the selected onOffice enterprise version. Please contact your sales representative for more information.
Statistical construction kit
With statistics you can evaluate your work and certain processes. What are the “turnaround times” of the properties? Which and how many property types do I have in the agency? Was the advertising campaign a success? Have the postal codes of the owners changed accordingly? …
Questions of this kind can be answered with the onOffice statistics construction kit, without having to export property data or contact data to another software for evaluation.
Please note that the statistic module is an additional module that is subject to a fee. Please contact your sales representative for more information.
The statistic construction kit can be placed in two ways: the older version with its own icon on the left in the module bar and the newer version without its own icon. A change to the newer version is possible, please contact your sales contact person.
Without the module icon the statistic widgets are displayed in tabs on the dashboard, with module icon a separate statistic board is used to display the widgets. The mode of operation, configuration etc. is the same in both cases. The explanations here are based on the variant with its own module icon.
Not everyone can access the statistics; the appropriate user rights are required for this. The rights are explained in the chapter “Statistics settings“.
Please remember: For the logged-in user, only those data records are counted in the statistics of which the user is the maintainer and which he can see (read access). Only users with administrator rights can evaluate the data sets independently of the supervisor – but still need read rights for the data set.
The database is therefore different for each user. The same statistics can therefore provide different figures depending on the user.
Please note: If you have already used the reporting module , the reports and statistics are accessible via the “Statistics” menu at the top and not via the button for the statistics module on the left.