With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the Holidays in general, we get it. You’re probably overwhelmed with the amount of advertisements and special sales inundating your daily routine. So instead of doing the same thing by tossing yet another advertisement at you, we want to share a new report that is in the making. (Shhh, it’s not available yet!)
Check it out below:
What it shows
This report is a direct comparison between Cetrus Process Meter (CPM) data and software providers’ data. In this example you can see the number of Revit licenses used over 14 days, as reported by both Cetrus and Autodesk. The colors indicate different “product feature codes” or versions of Revit that the company owns.
What you can mess with
- Date range
- Click on each bar and color for more specifications
You can probably guess this one. This report is being designed because a number of our customers want to know how accurate software providers (such as Autodesk, Bentley, and Adobe) are when reporting use for billing.
Without this detailed insight and comparison, companies are left blind. They must trust providers’ data for an accurate account of number of licenses used. We’re not saying that their data is necessarily inaccurate. We are saying that it is good to have a second source of information for detailed analysis and accuracy.
Why we’re proud of this one
Our reports are heading in a new, more practical, and user-friendly direction. The report above embodies this vision. One of our top priorities in the months to come is improving our reports to help you get the most out of your CPM data.
Thank you for reading!