The Hierarchy Tree

Precisely reflect your corporate structure for reporting, security or governance

  • Already built in to our current solutions or can be included in your own systems.
  • From login to reporting the hierarchy tool spans everything you manage.
  • The hierarchy tree can be as deep and as complex as you like - define your corporate structure, who reports to whom and so on. Specify which branches are "things" (such as companies, buildings) and which are people. Simple drag and drop interface.
  • Hierarchy Tree Branches can show icons to indicate offices, teams, personnel etc. You can also show RAG colours for status, warning indicators for risk etc. You define the rules.
  • Include governance / physical structures for example:
    • Head office
    • Regions
    • Sites
    • Offices
    • Supervisors
    • Teams
    • Board of Directors etc.
  • Any arbitrary levels/branches can be included using your own company terminology.
  • Used by our Back Office Software Modules to control logins, spans-of-control, reports etc.
  • A centralised hierarchy means that starters and leavers can be easily processed with changes reflected in all our other back-office solutions.
  • Easily changed via drag and drop when your spans of control, reporting structures, physical structures etc. change

Supervisory structure

  • Our Hierarchy Management module precisely reflects your organisational structure and defines supervisory groups such as spans of control.
  • For example, when a supervisor logs in they will only see personnel within their spans of control no matter how complex the hierarchy below their control or how it may change in the future.

Login hierarchy

  • When a user log in is defined, they are given a hierarchy level.
  • Once logged in they can only see the personnel under that hierarchy level (no matter how complex or how it may change in the future.)

Report hierarchy

  • Based on the logged in person's login hierarchy - they can only report on personnel under that hierarchy level (no matter how complex or how it may change in the future.)