• You create your own dashboards
  • You determine the set of data to be contained in the report
  • You analyse the network data in real-time
  • You create pixel-perfect reports

Premium Reporting

“Use the data analytics of Premium Reporting to optimize your network management processes.”

Ad Hoc Views and Analyses

Genuine self-service analytical approaches: Not that long ago, Business Intelligence (BI) was mainly the domain of data analysts, since running data queries and their analyses, followed by the creation of reports tended to be a complex process. Thanks to the new self-service approach, with user-friendly drag and drop interface and intuitive operation – every user can now all by themselves perform ad hoc real-time analyses of complex datasets and answer questions that are critical to success. Saving valuable time and allowing a shift of BI competences to the specialist departments and thus to the actual decision-makers. Leading in turn to greater acceptance and much better analysis results.

Dashboards and automated Reporting

Increased flexibility: With a wide range of visualization options and any number of data combinations, you can approach your analytical processes from new angles, away from static evaluations. Want an up-to-date overview? Not a problem, just take a look on your own customized dashboard. Various stakeholder should receive the up-to-date figures every morning at 8am? Create customized reports and have them sent out automatically.

Data Sources

Quick access to all relevant data: We will integrate different data sources into a central tool, so you can perform comprehensive analyses. Avoiding isolated use of individual data sources and allowing you to have a view of the bigger picture at any time.

Standard Reporting

The Standard Reporting distinguishes between two different types of reports: Prepared reports, with fixed pages integrated on the GUI. The Standard Reporter, however, allows the user to create reports within a pre-set format, adjust their content and set up an automated transmission schedule.

Prepared Reports

  • Carrier
  • SLA
  • VLAN
  • Devices
  • Performance
  • EPM


Standard Reporter

The user can run standard reports manually or set up an automated schedule when they are to be sent by email or uploaded to a specified share.

Reports can be sent in pdf and/or csv format.


The following types of reports are available:

  • EPM
  • VLAN Report (Devices)
  • VLAN Report (Terminals)
  • VLAN Report (Ports)


Depending on the selected report, parameters and contents can be defined individually, such as:

  • Device
  • Device Group
  • Port
  • Port Group
  • Customers
  • Performance Measurements
  • Data Aggregation Level
  • and many more