Home / Product Updates / August 2023 – Buyer
In our latest release of updates we have been making even more improvements for our buyer members. When you log into the platform you will now see the new dashboard giving you an overview snapshot of your supply chain. In this post, we’ll walk-through the new features on the dashboard so that it can make monitoring and managing your supply chain easier.
Thanks to feedback from our members, we have developed the new dashboards to make it easier for users to get an overview of their entire supply chain and any outstanding issues at a glance.
Each user will be able to customise their dashboard and move around their widgets based on what areas they have access to and what they want to see when they log into the platform.
Over time we will be expanding the range of features and data you will be able to access on this dashboard, but as an initial introduction to this feature you will see:
Here is a quick walk-through to show you an overview of the new dashboards
This new feature enables buyers to get an overview of the health of their entire supply chain at a glance. When buyers have added their suppliers added into segments this widget will show:
The central circle shows the percentage of the supply chain that is not compliant
The first number on the left shows the total number of segments you have with a link to view. In the top right you will see a dropdown menu where you can select which segment you wish to view or to view all your segments.
The second number from the left shows the total number of suppliers within that segment and the link gives you the option to view the suppliers within that segment.
On the right of the percentage circle, it gives you the number of suppliers within the chosen segment that are currently not compliant.
This feature allows buyers to see what actions and issues are outstanding and the resolve link takes the user to to where these can be completed. This makes it easier to manage outstanding issues and keep on top of them.
If you are not automatically seeing the widgets you need, you can ask your admin to give you access with these 3 easy steps.
2. Next they select the User Groups tab.
3. Then they add you as a user for the Supply Chain and Subscriptions options.
You can find out more about how to set up segments, in our latest blog post: “The Importance of Creating Segments for your Supply Chain”. This will help you make the most of the new dashboard features.
Log in to Constructionline to see these updates today.
Your message has been received, we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Your message could not be sent at this time.
For assistance pelase email Constructionline@Constructionline.co.uk