This module shows the overall total number of applications
across Programmes split by STATUS which the applications are in, as well as
split by ROLE. Another pie-chart shows the overall risk exposure across all Programmes
as well as split by Programme to understand which product or service is leading
to the highest risk exposure. Other widgets show newly create applications over
time, the type of entities across Programmes as well as REVIEWS over time. The
latter shows all applications that have a REVIEW date associated, not only in
the past but also upcoming dates helping in seeing the future expected workload
for the compliance teams based on the current applications and their risk.
In a recent product release, we see several new enhancements being added
to the dashboard. Each of the pie charts in the dashboard represents applications that are in an ACTIVE / OPEN status only. The pie charts used to
ignore any applications that are sitting in statuses that are of type CLOSED or
ON HOLD. The new release allows the user to include applications within these ON
HOLD and CLOSED statuses should they prefer. Clicking on this feature will
reload the data taking into consideration the new settings.
The loading of the interface is also taking into
consideration the access that the user in question has when accessing the
dashboard. If the user has access to one programme only, the dials will load
that programme only.
One of the major benefits delivered with the latest release is the ability to click on any segment of the pie charts in the dashboard, directing the user to the ready-filtered applications that make up the chosen segment. An example of this can be seen in the screenshot above. Once the user clicks on the segment in the pie chart by status, the system presented all the applications that make up that segment.