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FITS COGNOS REPORTING MANUAL . NEW COGNOS LINK http://cognos.yumnet.com/crn/. Public Folders contains the FITS Reports .

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fits cognos reporting manual

FITS COGNOS REPORTING MANUAL

NEW COGNOS LINK

http://cognos.yumnet.com/crn/

reportnet overview

Public Folders contains the FITS Reports.

  • My Folders contains user created reports. These reports are only visible to the user. Copies of the reports can be saved here too. More details are provided later in the manual.
ReportNet Overview
fits reports
FITS Reports
  • Click FITS Reports link
  • Click FITS Reports link
fits reports con t

New Report View Wizard allows you to save a copy of the report to another folder such as

  • My Folders.
      • Click on Icon
      • Name the report
      • Add a description (optional)
      • Choose Location
      • Click Finish

Schedule allows you to schedule reports.

FITS reports are found in Public Folders.

Run report: Click report itself or blue arrow. The following slide will give introduction on the difference between clicking report itself and blue arrow.

    • .
FITS Reports (Con’t)
  • Notes:
  • You should always use New Report View Wizard to save all your reports to My Folders, instead of running in public folder directly. The reasons are
    • It allows you to schedule your own reports
    • It gives you more choices to manipulate your reports
  • If you want, you can still run reports in Public Folders directly as described in item 4 below.
run report in my folders
Run report in My Folders
  • Save report to My Folders using New Report View Wizard
  • Set Report Properties
  • Run/Schedule Reports
  • View Reports

Notes: The first 2 steps are just one-time actions for the first time you use a particular report.

new report view wizard

Specify report Name that you want to be showed in

My Folders. The name must be unique.

Click Radio Box beside My Folders.

New Report View Wizard
  • Click Finish button to accept the above update and close the wizard
  • If you want to stop proceeding, You can click Cancel button.
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Set Properties of report in My Folders (Con’t)

Specify default report Output Format. You may use PDF

or Excel 2000 frequently. But I would suggest using PDF

as default.

Set default Prompt values and deselect Prompt for

values. This allows you to save the specific set of

data you would like to see in the report.

Click OK to save above selections. Cancel to ignore all

the selections and go back to My Folders

run report
Run Report

Click Blue Arrow to run report

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Select one of the Deliver choices.

Click Run to run report based on the selection that you

made. Cancel will ignore the selection and go back to My

Folders

Run Report (Con’t)

schedule report
Schedule Report

Schedule Report

schedule report con t

Set Frequency of execution of reports

  • Set the Start and End date/time for this schedule. End date/time is set as No End
  • Date as default
  • Set Delivery Methods
  • Clicking OK to accept above selection to set up a schedule, Cancel will ignore all
  • selection and go back to My Folders.
    • .
Schedule Report (Con’t)
view report
View Report

View report,

This button will not appear until you run report or scheduled report is executed

view report con t
View Report (Con’t)

Click this link to view report

miscellaneous features in my folders
Miscellaneous features in My Folders

Different layout of view on web page

Create folder in My Folders so that you can organize report by year, bmu,minibmu, country,etc.

One of useful functions inside is that you can copy report and give different name

project listing reports
“Project Listing” Reports
  • These reports contain the detailed milestone forecasts for the projects which are selected
    • There are separate reports for Openings, Closures, and Remodels
    • These reports can be used to guide team meetings to discuss project planning
example of project listing closures prompts

Select BMU(s).

    • Click Select all to select all BMUs, Click Deselect all to deselect all BMUs that have been selected previously.
    • If you want to select only several BMUs, You can use Shift+Click or Ctrl+Click.
  • Click the Next> button to go to next page.
  • If you want to stop proceeding, You can click Cancel button.
Example of Project Listing-Closures Prompts
example of project listing closures prompts con t

Select MiniBMU(s).

    • Click Select all to select all MiniBMUs, Click Deselect all to deselect all MiniBMUs that have been selected previously.
    • If you want to select only several MiniBMUs, You can use Shift+Click or Ctrl+Click.
  • Click the Next> button to go to next page.
    • Click the <Back button to go back the previous page to reselect BMU
  • If you want to stop proceeding, You can click Cancel button.
Example of Project Listing-Closures Prompts (Con’t)
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Select Country(s).

    • Under list box, Click Select all to select all Countries, Click Deselect all to deselect all Countries that have been selected previously.
    • If you want to select part of Countries, You can use Shift+Click or Ctrl+Click.
  • Click the Next> button to go to next page.
    • Click the <Back button to go back the previous page to reselect BMU
  • If you want to stop proceeding, You can click Cancel button.

Example of Project Listing-Closures Prompts (Con’t)

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Select Brand(s).

  • Select Facility Type(s)
  • Select Development Manager(s)
  • Select Current MileStone(s)
  • Select Fiscal Year of the forecasted closure date.
  • For all above selection, Under list box, Click Select all to select all items, Click Deselect all to deselect all items that have been selected previously.
  • If you want to select part of listed items, You can use Shift+Click or Ctrl+Click.

Example of Project Listing-Closures Prompts (Con’t)

  • Click Finish button to view the report result
  • Click the <Back button to go back the previous page to reselect
  • BMU
  • If you want to stop proceeding, You can click Cancel button.
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Example of Project Listing-Closures Report Results

  • Send Report by email.
  • View in PDF format.
  • View in Excel2000 format
  • Return to Report List.

Save copy of report

to local disk

Print report

Data from Fits as of

send report by email

Select recipients, This is just limited to your own security group.

  • Specify email address manually, for example, veronica.wang@yum.com
  • Specify the title of email
  • Write email letter
  • Types of attachments
Send report by email

Click OK to accept above selection

Click Cancel to ignore what you have

done

view in pdf format
View in PDF format

Data from Fits as of

slide25

View in Excel2000 format

This dialog box is the first screen you will see, make sure you always select open, instead of save

slide26

View in Excel2000 format (Con’t)

Then you will see this dialog box.

Click Yes

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View in Excel2000 format (Con’t)

Click Save As… to save report to your local disk

Click Print… to print the report

pipeline counts reports
“Pipeline Counts” Reports
  • These reports can be used to provide a snapshot of project counts at each milestone
    • It uses the “Current Milestone” to categorize the projects in your pipeline
    • You can compare the movement of your pipeline from month to month
    • There are separate “Pipeline Counts” reports for Openings, Closures and Remodels
plan forecast actuals by period reports
“Plan, Forecast, Actuals by Period” Reports
  • These reports can be used to compare the counts of projects for each period from your pipeline of actual projects, your AOP and your “Best Guess” outlook
    • The counts for the Actual YTD and “Pipeline” are calculated using the individual data in FITS, for all projects with a completion forecast date in that particular period.
    • The counts for the AOP and “Best Guess” lines are calculated using the data input by the Directors in the AOP Planning screen (not from any individual project data)
  • You can chart your team’s actual YTD progress and pipeline strength against your targets and judge BOY risk by making on-going comparisons
ytd actuals reports
“YTD Actuals” Reports
  • These reports provide a pre-formatted report to show actual completed projects
    • Separate reports are available for Openings, Closures and Remodels
ytd actual summary reports
“YTD Actual Summary” Reports
  • These reports show summary counts for projects completed YTD, shown by BMU and brand
    • This report can be used for Dallas/Louisville reporting