dashboard presents various subsets of data each of which are described in
Total applications across programmes
This chart shows you the entire list of applications that
you have in KYCP at any point time split by the programme in which they sit.
The percentage in the pie chart relates to the number of applications in the respective programme as a percentage of the total applications in your
The buttons under the graph allow you to split this view
further by the STATUS of the applications as well as by the ROLE with whom the
respective applications are currently sitting. STATUS relates to the dynamic
statuses that you would have set in the solution as part of the flow of an
application. Following is an example of the above graph split by STATUS.
the above screenshot the solution is showing the applications split in three
programmes, grouped by the status in which such applications are currently set.
Total risk across programmes
This graph focuses on showing you the current risk exposure
of your company across all the programmes within KYC Portal. This splits all
the applications by the risk categories of LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH and EXTREME based
on the settings that you would have defined in each programme.
Clicking on the VIEW BY PROGRAMME button the
system would show you the detail of risk per programme as per following
Newly created applications by month
report focuses on showing the total applications created over the past months
split by programme.
Total entities across programmes
report focuses on showing the total type of entities across all of the
programmes within your KYC Portal. These entities are the ones that you
dynamically set within the configuration of each programme. This view can also
be further split at programme level.
Total reviews by month
you would have set your review policy at application and entity level based on
risk, and also since KYCP calculates risk in real-time, the same system
automatically calculates and adjusts the reviews of applications. This report allows
you to see any review that happened in the past but also a forecast of the
upcoming reviews based on the current applications and their respective risk.