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7 required attributes
  • Date
  • Supplier
  • Item / Product
  • Purchasing Category
  • Buyer / Purchaser
  • Purchased Amount
  • Purchased Quantity
8 KPIs
  • Total Purchased Amount
  • Total Purchased Quantity
  • Dist. Items Purchased #
  • Active Suppliers #
  • Buyers #
  • Average Unit Price
  • Amount per Supplier
  • Amount per Buyer

Detailed presentation of the PROCUREMENT dashboard

KPi Your PROCUREMENT dashboard will contain 8 KPIs:

  • Total Purchased AmountSum of purchased amount
  • Total Purchased QuantitySum of purchased quantity
  • Dist. Items Purchased #Number of distinct items purchased during the period
  • Active Suppliers #Number of distinct suppliers having a purchase transaction during the period
  • Buyers #Number of distinct active buyers during the period
  • Average Unit PricePurchased Amount / Purchased Quantity (expressed in currency)
  • Amount per SupplierPurchased Amount / Number of Suppliers (expressed in currency)
  • Amount per BuyerPurchased Amount / Number of Buyers (expressed in currency)

Visualization and 12 dashboard pages

Procurement - Home
Procurement - Home Procurement - Home
Procurement Cockpit
Procurement Cockpit Procurement Cockpit
Gain full spend visibility on your Procurement process
Procurement KPIs
Procurement KPIs Procurement KPIs
Get a transversal view of your Procurement Performance
Procurement Top KPIs Evolution
Procurement Top KPIs Evolution Procurement Top KPIs Evolution
Visualize how your Procurement Performance is evolving (Month-to-Date, Year-to-Date)
Item Average Buying Price
Item Average Buying Price Item Average Buying Price
Visualize the evolution of the Product Average Buying Price over time
Price vs Volume
Price vs Volume Price vs Volume
Quickly figure out which products you are not buying at the right price compared to previous year
Supplier Dependencies
Supplier Dependencies Supplier Dependencies
Optimize your procurement strategy by quickly figuring out the number of distinct suppliers you have for the items your purchase
Evolution over years
Evolution over years Evolution over years
Visualize how your top KPIs are correlated and how this correlation evolved across years
Segmentation Analysis
Segmentation Analysis Segmentation Analysis
Visualize the value of the KPI you selected split by the dimension you selected (market share analysis)
Pareto Analysis
Pareto Analysis Pareto Analysis
Flexible Pareto Analysis (80 / 20 analysis)
Trends Split Analysis
Trends Split Analysis Trends Split Analysis
Visualize the evolution of the KPI you selected, breakdown by the dimension you selected.
KPI Performance
KPI Performance KPI Performance
Visualize the overall performance of the KPI you selected: evolution and breakdown by the dimension you selected

 

You want to gain full spend visibility? You want to build a Tableau dashboard to better understand your Procurement data?

Using LinPack-for-Tableau.com, you can generate a stunning Tableau dashboard on Procurement in less than 1 minute!

 

Procurement dashboard Live Demo

 

For this, just follow the instructions :-)

 

1st step: Create a Tableau workbook containing the connection definition to your procurement data (whether it comes from SAP, SalesForce, Excel...)

You must retrieve at least the following attributes:

  • date
    Date Date
  • string
    Supplier Name of your supplier
  • string
    Item / Product Purchased item: product, service…
  • string
    Purchasing Category Purchasing category
  • string
    Buyer / Purchaser Buyer name, Buying unit...
  • numeric
    Purchased Amount Amount of the purchase
  • numeric
    Purchased Quantity Quantity purchased

The attributes names do not have to match and the underlying data model could be one file or 5 tables, it does not matter :-).

 

2nd step: On LinPack-for-Tableau.com, select 'create dashboard from template: Procurement' and upload your Tableau workbook

 

3nd step: Map your attributes, click 'Confirm & Download'... you're done!!!

 

This Procurement Dashboard will help you better managing your Procurement processes: What are the most important suppliers? For which items do we have a single supplier dependency? Which supplier provides the best pricing conditions?....

Just try it here :-)

Enjoy and share your feedbacks with us so we can improve the solution :-)