A guide on creating Locations, Departments, and Teams to optimize your reporting insights.
Preciate Premium Admins have the ability to create and manage their organization's Locations, Departments, and Teams within Preciate. These entities can then be mapped to users allowing for deeper insights from Preciate's reporting. You'll be able to understand how recognition activity flows across and within Locations, Departments, and Teams. This greater visibility will empower you to identify areas within your organization that are excelling and struggling within your recognition program.
When determining how to set up these areas, it's important to understand how they operate within Preciate.
For Locations, Departments, and Teams, there will always be a Default one of each. This Default entity cannot be removed, but you do not need to map any users to it. If a user is added to your organization and has not been mapped to any custom Locations, Departments, or Teams, he/she will be assigned to the Default one of each.
Locations, Departments, and Teams
Locations, Departments, and Teams are stand alone entities in our system and because of this are pretty straightforward. Most organizations choose to create Locations based on their physical office locations, their Departments based on the division of functional groups: i.e.: Sales, Marketing, Operations, and Teams based on team units. If your organization only has one office, you can choose to create a new location for your office or use the Default location.
You can create as many Locations, Departments, and Teams as you want, but each one must have a unique name. You cannot have two Sales Departments.
For steps on how to create Locations and Departments, check out these guides.
- How to create Locations in Preciate?
- How to create Departments in Preciate?
- How to create Teams in Preciate?
If a portion of your organization is remote, consider creating at least one Remote Location so you can understand how your remote workforce interacts with your users located in offices.