How to report on the number of installs per month

by | Aug 28, 2013 | JobTracker Tips

After you’ve been using JobTracker to schedule and track your templates, fabrication, and installs – at some point, you’ll want to figure out how you’re doing over time. That’s what Reports are for.

Here’s an example of reporting on the number of installs you’re doing every month.

You can use the same basic idea to report on any other activities you’re scheduling.

You can create reports based on looking at just the last activity on a job to answer the question “How many jobs did I install last month?“, or you can dig in deeper to see the actual number of installs, even if you’re doing multiple installs on a single job.

Reports are available in every version of JobTracker except Basic Edition.

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