A new report focused on utilization known as the Dormancy Report is now available for users in OneView. This report will allow you to see the utilization and dormancy of their assets over time allowing you to use your assets more efficiently, resulting in increased revenue and reduced expenses.
To pull this report follow the steps below:
- Click on the Reports tab at the top of OneView
- In the upper right corner select New Custom Report
- Select the Dormancy Report in the Report type drop-down
- Select the duration from the drop-down
Note: The durations have been updated. Any duration with the “ Last _ days” have been updated to no longer include the current day. (Example: Last 7 days is from 11:59pm yesterday and back seven 24 hours periods).
- Click on the wrench next to Assets and select the assets the report should be run on.
- Then click on Generate Report off to the right side of OneView
Assets: Displays the names of the assets the report was run on.
Location: Shows the last location check in for the asset.
Current Dormancy Days: Number of days in a row that the asset has been in an inactive status during the selected timeframe(NOTE: this number can be greater than the length of the report if the asset was inactive for consecutive days before the selected timeframe)
Max Dormancy Days: Maxnumber of days in a row that the asset has been in an inactive status during the selected timeframe (NOTE: this number can be greater than the length of the report if the asset was inactive for consecutive days before the selected timeframe)
Utilization Days: Total amount of days the asset was active during the selected timeframe
Utilization %: Percent of days the asset has been active versus inactive during the selected timeframe
Important Duration Update in OneView:
The “Last _ Days” durations have also been updated in OneView. These durations no longer include the current day. This may cause some users reports to pull for the wrong duration. Please take a few moments to look at your custom reports setup and verify the duration is still correct. Users may also want to review their delivery schedules to make sure it is sending on the correct date.
Example: If a user has a report setup for the “Last 7 Days” and on a delivery schedule of every Monday morning at 7am. This report will now display information from Monday through Sunday (rather than from Monday at 7am back 7 days) and be sent on Monday morning at 7am.