How To Get Started

How To Get Started

The Analytics dashboard is designed to help you better understand the performance of your supplier base and their Higg FEM data and results. For detailed information, please refer to the ‘How To Use The Tool’ section.

1. How To Use The Tool

Upon first access to the analytics home page, you will enter your dashboard name and click the “Show me my Analytics” button to see the Analytics board.  The assessment type is defaulted as FEM for now.

2. Navigate the Analytics Dashboard

Upon first access to the analytics home page, you will enter your dashboard name and click the “Show me my Analytics” button to see the Analytics board.  The assessment type is defaulted as FEM for now.

Understand your Analytics dashboard when you first access: the total number of modules (including FEM and vFEM since 2017) in your Analytics dashboard are the total number of modules shared with your account. You can refer to the data on the screenshot below. (i.e. total 1707 modules on this Analytics dashboard).

The Analytics dashboard includes 3 headers and 9 sections that produce different views of your Higg data:

Performance 

  • Posted assessments – per year, see the number of posted self and verified FEM assessments 
  • Average FEM score – per year, see the average score for self assessed and verified FEMs 
  • Average FEM impact area scores – per year, see the average section scores for each of the FEM content areas 

Impact

  • Total annual GHG emissions – per year, see the total GHG emissions from your facilities
  • GHG emission sources – per year, see the top sources of GHG emissions 
  • Total annual water use – per year, see the total water use from your facilities
  • Water use sources – per year, see the top sources of water use

Areas of Opportunity

  • Critical risk areas – see areas of critical risk in your supply chain based
  • Areas of opportunity – see areas of opportunity based on responses to Level 1, 2, and 3 questions

3. Create Your Own Analytics View

Upon first access to the analytics home page, you will enter your dashboard name and click the “Show me my Analytics” button to see the Analytics board.  The assessment type is defaulted as FEM for now.

Attributes Selection Bar

Click ‘Filters’ at the top left side on the blue bar, and an attributes selection bar will be shown. There are single selection attributes and multiple selection attributes. Once the attributes are selected, you will see them appear under the “Applied Filters” and total modules in the top blue bar. The more attributes you select, the smaller number of modules you will get. 

Single selection attributes:

  • Module type: FEM 2017, FEM 2018, FEM 2019, FEM 2020. Choose one or multiple years and the total number of modules will be shown.
  • Verification status: FEM or vFEM. Choose one and the module status will be shown.

Multiple selection attributes: The information in the Analytics database is populated by the facilities from the Site Information & Permit section of FEM.

  • Supply Impacts: if you have created a supply impacts footprint, you can apply that here.
  • Cadence: choose a FEM default cadence and/or other cadences you have created.
  • Tags: if you have added tags to shared FEM’s in the FEM modules page, you can apply those here.
  • Country: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected country(s).
  • Industry sector: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected industry.
  • Facility type: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected facility type.
  • Facility process: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected facility process.
  • Facility annual product volume (Unit): choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect that product volume unit.
  • Employee count: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected range of employee count.
  • Material type: choose one or multiple, the total number of modules will reflect the selected material type.

4. Save Your Analytics Dashboard View

Save Your Analytics Dashboard As New View

  • If you want to create multiple views of module data, you can re-select the attributes and save the view as another new view by clicking “Save as new view” on the top right side of the blue bar.
  • To find your saved new view, you can click the arrow icon to populate the drop-down list on the top right corner of the blue bar.
  • You can share the link of this saved new view with your team members
  • You can rename your saved new view
  • You can export the saved new view to a CSV file
  • You can delete the saved new view
  • You can access other users’ saved Analytics dashboard views.

 

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