The Analytics module presents data within a variety of categories, including travel, alerts, emergency response, and platform usage.
Most data views offer options to filter the displayed data in several ways. By filtering or clicking on different parts of the data in the charts, you can drill down to a more granular level.
Note: No personal information is visible within the Analytics module, and the data presented in the Analytics module reflects your organization’s Data Retention Policy.
The Travel Risk section provides you with information on the number of travel bookings per month, with higher risk bookings distinguished from the rest. You can also select an area on the world map to only include data from in the chart.
The travel section provides information on the number of PNRs (Passenger Name Records) per month from integrated Travel Management Companies and/or parsed data via email. Other type of travel data included are the number of bookings, travelers, Co2 emissions (estimated tonnes) and kilometers traveled.
The Alerts section allows you to analyze alerts that have been published on the platform. The source of the alerts includes both alerts published by Safeture’s analysts, as well as any Custom Alerts or third-party alerts. This section gives you the option to drill down into alerts per category, country, and month.
The Message tab displays data on messages that have been sent through the platform. Messages are organized into the following categories:
In the emergency section, you find data connected to your emergency management. Here you find data onIn the Emergency section, you’ll find data connected to your emergency management. This includes data on the total number of emergencies — i.e. when the end-user has pressed the emergency button in the Safeture Mobile Application. The section also displays the average minutes it has taken to resolve an emergency, as well as the maximum minutes to resolve an emergency. You can easily make historical comparisons to see if your emergency response is improving or not.
The App Usage section displays a detailed view of all user interactions in the Safeture Mobile Application. It identifies what type of content end-users are clicking on, the number of unique user sessions, actions, etc.
In this section, you’ll find charts of the number of logins on the Safeture Web Portal and the number of sessions.
The Device section displays information on the different mobile operating systems used by the end-user. Both major and minor versions of Android and iOS are represented, as well as a country overview for each version.
The Device Installations tab displays the number of active app installations and metadata.
In the Users module, you can manage all user roles, groups, permissions, and hierarchies. The Users module enables Administrators (internal ones or through a service provider) to add, amend, or delete users outside of any integration with your HR systems. Below you’ll find explanations of the different user types in the Safeture Platform.
The Users section includes a list of all end-users, i.e., the type of users who interact with the Safeture Platform through the Safeture Mobile Application. You can either invite end-users individually or import multiple ones at the same time via a spreadsheet.
The User section enables you to organize and group end-users based on which department they belong to or another relevant grouping parameter. You can also assign user tags based on common denominators such as country, role, etc., to improve segmentation and targeting. You are also given the option to connect an end-user to a specific facility.
In the Safeture Platform, there are two different types of Administrators:
Super Administrator: The Super Administrator has a complete overview and unlimited access to all users connected to your subscription/account. Depending on the size and organizational structure of your company, the person who is assigned this role might vary. For a larger company, the Super Administrator might be the Security Manager. While for a smaller company, it might be the CEO or HR Manager. If you have outsourced such a function to a security or medical provider, they might be the ones assigned this role.
Group Admin: The Group Administrator is below the Super Administrator. They are the ones that manage and control specific groups within the Safeture Platform, such as for a department, country, or other factors that distinguishes groups from others. The Group Admins have limited access in the sense that they can only view the users connected to the group they are Administrators over. They cannot view other Administrators either, and their access to certain modules within the platform can also be limited.
The Groups section presents an overview of all your groups and their members. Here, you can categorize users and give Group Administrators access and control.
You can set up a group as a “default group” that’s automatically assigned to all new app users that have not been assigned a group. You can then change the group a user belongs to in the User section.
The Users module is where you can follow your users’ e-learning progress. You can also view users who have completed the required courses and those that have not and send invites to the desired group of recipients.
A user who is connected to a facility is called a contact. A contact can be connected to one or more facilities and is not required to have the Safeture Mobile Application. Instead, their location is static because their documented location will be equal to the facility location that they are connected to.
A Traveler is a user that has been assigned the role of a traveler, meaning that he or she can be connected to a Passenger Name Record (PNR).
In both the Web Portal and Safeture Mobile Application you can easily access our large database of country-specific information. For the Web Portal, this information is found in the Country Information Module that contains information about 230 countries in total. For each country, you find risk assessments, information on security issues, passport and visa requirements, medical information, and many other topics.
Country information is constantly updated and reviewed. Important information, such as the safety section, is updated within days of a significant change. Less critical information, such as “Cultural Do’s and Don’ts” and “Geography“, is generally reviewed and updated on a quarterly basis.
On receipt of a travel booking, the employee will automatically receive a link via email and app notification with the travel booking details as well as country information for the specific destination. In addition, on arrival in the destination country the employee will receive a welcome to country message with a link to the country information.
All information is sectioned under the following categories:
Here, you find general practical information about a country relevant to you before traveling there. For example, what currency is used, the international dialing code, if there is a need for you to bring a voltage transformer or not, information on seasonal variations in weather, etcetera.
The Alerts section presents a summary of all alerts published within the selected country. You can click on any alert of your interest to access additional information about the incident that has occurred, its assigned risk level, advice on how to act, etc.
In the section called Risk, you find the Overall Risk Level for the selected country assigned by Safeture’s Analytical Team. This Overall Risk Level is weighted based on the different risk levels for each of the ten risk categories. You also get detailed risk information connected to each of the ten different risk categories.
Contains information on international and domestic travel conditions for the country, including passport and visa rules.
Contains various cultural information like information sources, dos and don’ts, female traveler advice, etcetera.
Contains information on medical facilities and general health concerns.