PVO's Reporting Center portal provides single click access to a
PVO's reports. It has two main reporting sections -
Charts and Standard Reports. Ad Hoc Reports can be
easily created using Microsoft Excel.
PVO Reporting Center is the core for all of the
output of the PVO software. PVO
processes all survey data using PVO’s patent pending algorithms to
measure effectiveness and quality of the vendor-partner
After the results have been calculated, they are then compared to
actual objective and achievement data. PVO then presents effectiveness measurements
against the results for the
processes, policies, programs, personnel and satisfaction
shared between two or more entities. The reports include
measurement comparisons not only to a company's stated objectives
but also to the Partner Value Index which represents a total
effectiveness measurement for all of a partnership's selection,
agreement and management processes.
The example to the left reports that there is a direct relationship
between between the PVO Index and the percent of revenue achieved.
Contributing factors that have impacted the change from the second
quarter to the third quarter are measurements contained within sales
activities, communications, alliance management, training, partner
trust and special activities during the periods.
The report to the right shows the measurement result changes in some
of the individual criteria that positively changed the percent
of revenue achieved and the PVO Index.
Having the PVO Index as a guide bar along with the results
achievement measurement, enables companies to the real impacts to
the performance of a partnership.
Individual criteria measurements drive PVO. Score changes
indicate the effectiveness of changes made to the policies,
processes and personnel that drive the partnership.
To assist in determining the degree to which a measurement has
changed, PVO also reports on the quarter over quarter variances
between criteria measurements.
Companies using PVO can isolate and identify the real issues and the
actual impacts to a partnership's performance. From the
information, companies, for the first time, can make better and more
highly informed partnering decisions.