Exploring OpenGov Reporting 5 of 5: Transactions

Governments transact with hundreds of vendors. Executives need to track these payments to manage costs, compare vendors, and track department expenditures. OpenGov’s transaction-level reporting capabilities can help managers monitor transactions.

Many OpenGov customers analyze their transactions in tabular reports and visualizations. Users track transactions by department and assess expenditures by vendor. Additionally, OpenGov empowers administrators to quickly pivot between different views of transactional data. For example, by clicking a button, users can pivot between transactions by fund and transactions by department. Both the tabular and visual reports automatically update to display a chosen view of the data. This rapid pivoting feature saves time for public administrators trying to obtain a holistic view of their transactions.

The image below shows a tabular report broken down by account number. OpenGov makes it easy to keep this information current and pivot between views. Reports such as these can also be shared with relevant stakeholders with the click of a button. These reports are synced, so you do not have to re-share them if the data change.



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