Statistics can be found under Function. You can retrieve statistics on the work you have performed, consumption of articles and time spent on a customer, a facility etc. The results from your searches in the statistics can be downloaded in a csv file so that you can, for example, process the data further or use in a presentation.

The possibilities are many and it is always possible to produce statistics – even retroactively.

The statistics can be tailored to your wishes in order to obtain what is important for your business. Contact us and describe your needs!

Here are the different parts that are in statistics today.

First select what type of information you want:

  • Work order
  • Service protocol
  • Articles
  • Time
Image 1: Make your search selection

You can filter your search on:

  • Time interval
  • Customer
  • Facility
    To search for a facility, you must also enter the customer.
  • Service object
  • Model
  • Category

Category is used, for example, to produce information about a certain type of model from one or more customers. To identify such, you put these service objects together in a category. Click + Add Category.

Image 2: Add category.

This function can be used, for example, to see if you have models that often have the same kind of problem.

Work order

Here are a number of additional filters to set up to get the exact statistics you need.

  • Show canceled 
  • Show signed 
  • Show invoiced 
  • Show number of measures 
  • Show ordered parts 
  • Show response time 
  • Show completion time

The result is displayed in a table, in a compilation and a csv file to download for further processing. Select sorting by clicking on the headings. An arrow shows which sorting is being done (see Image 3).
If you want to review an individual order, click on the order number in the list.

Service protocol

Lists all service protocols and the gross and net items retrieved from the article register, ie not from the service protocols. Also note that items that are set as Transfer to time report are not included.


Select sorting by clicking on the headings. An arrow shows what sorting is being done. In the example below, the list is sorted by description in alphabetical order from A (numbers first) to Z.

Image 3: Sort the list according to your needs by clicking on the headings.


Here you can view time per user including external resources, see time worked, holidays etc. The time is shown in a diagram and in numbers.