Getting Started Guides

Getting Started Guides – For a step-by-step guide to the functionality in QuickScore and Scoreboard use the navigation menu on the left hand side of this page.

Please note: QuickScore and Scoreboard are the the same application, they differ only in the language used for the menus structures. QuickScore uses the language defined by the Balanced Scorecard Institute and Scoreboard uses a more generic business performance management language.

QuickScore and Scoreboard are made up of ten integrated modules as follows:

Getting Started – Use the built in tutorial and ‘Builder’ function to rapidly build your first scorecards, dashboards and initiatives.

My Bookmarks – The normal entry screen containing your personal bookmarks for any page in the system . Using this page you can see everything you own and update all of your metrics from a single page.

Alerts Centre – Create personal and broadcast alerts based on metric value changes score changes or notes added to any metric in the system. Set personal alerts to be send out immediately or as a weekly summary.

Dashboards – created from any element in the system and then updated automatically as soon as anything changes. Build Strategy Maps and monitor progress in real-time.

Briefing Books – Assemble dashboards, scorecards, objectives, metrics and initiatives into a single place for review and then export to PowerPoint, Word, PDF or Excel. Briefing books automatically updated.

Scorecards – the powerhouse of the system, the ability to create a scorecard and metrics for anything you want to measure. Metrics can be linked to objectives, themes and initiatives/actions

Initiatives/Action Planner – Keep track of your Strategic Initiatives and Action with powerful Gantt charts, auto-generated task lists and assignment functions. Link them to you metrics.

Reports – Slice your performance data and create exciting charts, compare metrics and export to Word, PowerPoint, Excel or PDF.

Document Manager – share files securely and associate documents with Initiatives and Metrics. Keep all related material on one place.

Administration – All of the administrative functions you can think of from user definition to permissions, system monitoring and advanced database management.