The purpose of Deal’s in iPoint is to help track the sales pipeline for your company.

To access the pipeline reports, click on the CRM module and choose the Deal Dash option. This opens a new window that can display a number of graphical charts showing the all the deals in iPoint.

Keep in mind that the Deal Dashboard might have a different name if your system administrator has given Deals a different name in the Settings module.


Deal DashboardDeal Dashboard

Deal Dashboard

The charts on the dashboard are user specific. So each of your users can customize their dashboard to the information they are looking for.

  • The Refresh button runs a check through iPoint data and updates the graphs with the most current data.
  • Options button allows users to customize their reports.
  • Initially, the Deal Dashboard is blank and users will need to create the graphs and information they are interested in.
  • Up to six graphs can be included on the dashboard. Each user can customize which graphs they would like displayed.

Deal Chart ConfigurationDeal Chart Configuration

Chart Configuration

  • Click on any one of the 6 chart positions to add or modify a chart.
  • Click the gear icon in the top right corner to
    • Duplicate a chart. This makes it easy to modify an existing chart to display slightly different information.
    • Remove Chart to delete the selected chart.
    • Remove All Charts so you can start with a blank dashboard.
    • Close the Options pop-over.

Click the Refresh Dashboard button to update the dashboard with the changes made on the Chart Configuration window.

Click the Close button to close the Chart Configuration window.

All graphs have five variables:

  • Chart to Use – select the kind of chart to be displayed: Funnel Chart, Horizontal Bar, Vertical Bar, Fill Chart, or Gauge Chart. Not all chart types are available for every report.
  • Target – the goal set by user or total for all users, depending on the report.
  • Value – the actual data by user or total for all users, again, depending on the report.
    • Bar charts have an X Axis and Y Axis value instead of target and value options.
  • Title Label – a text field where the title of the graph can be customized.
  • Footer – another text field where the text below the chart can be customized.

There are eight graphs to choose from:

  1. Deals Proposed by User towards Count Goal – compares the number of Deals with proposals against the user’s Deals Proposed Goal.
  2. Deals Proposed by User towards Value Goal – compares the value of Deals proposed against the user’s Deals Value Goal.
  3. Deals Won by User towards Count Goal – compares the number of Deals won against the user’s Deals Won Goal.
  4. Deals Won by User towards Value Goal – compares the value of Deals won against the user’s Deals Value Goal.
  5. Pipeline – All Deals Count – charts the number of all Deals in their various stages from all users.
  6. Pipeline – All Deals Value – charts the value of all Deals in their various stages from all users.
  7. Pipeline – Deal Count for User -charts the number of Deals for the individual user in their various stages.
  8. Pipeline – Deal Value for User – charts the value of Deals for the individual user in their various stages.

Chart Samples

Here is a sample of each of the chart types available.

Deal Dashboard Chart SamplesDeal Dashboard Chart Samples
Last modified: 17 Oct 2018

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