Thrive Analytics Overview

Thrive Analytics is a powerful multi-store reporting tool that lets you easily access your data for all your locations.
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To get started with Thrive Analytics:
  • Your POS must be on Thrive version 8.0 or higher
  • If your POS has not been configured to use Analytics, contact technical support to be set up
  • You'll receive an email with log on information.
  • You can access reports from anywhere via web browser. No need to VPN to your location.
Analytics reports are updated every 2-3 hours.  You can also schedule email reports to be delivered automatically.

Watch a video intro about Thrive Analytics:

  

To access Thrive Analytics, log in to Thrive Control Center and click on the Analytics menu on the left side. Here you'll see the available main dashboards including Store Summary, Product Mix, Deliveries, Server Performance and All Reports.

Lets take a look at the Store Summary Dashboard:


Each dashboard has a series of key indicators, charts and tables depicting relevant information. The dark purple boxes are links to more detailed reports.

At the top of the screen, you'll see when the data was most recently refreshed.


On the right side are the filter options.  You can choose which locations to include, your time frame, order types, etc.   Just touch on the location names to turn them on or off.  

For the date, use the "Edit" pencil in the upper right of the date filter.   From here you can choose a time frame or pick dates from a calendar.

Many of the widgets and graphs will also serve as filters.  For example, if you click on a piece of the "Order Types" pie chart, it will filter the rest of the dashboard by that order type.  Click on "Clear Selection" at the top of the pie cart to undo this filter.

For any individual widget, click on the "i' icon for more information about the data. Click on the 3 dots in the upper right of the widget for data download options.

When you click through to any of the detailed reports, to return to the main dashboard click on the Analytics menu and the arrow on the main dashboard name, like this:



The "All Reports" Dashboard is a convenient way to see all the different reports available to you. These are duplicates of the reports that are linked within the other main Dashboards.


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