The Pio app functionalities presented in this article are only visible for Pio Admins.
When switching from Port mode to Dashboard in the Pio App, you’ll get a quick overview of warehouse activity and performance, backlog, storage details and issues.
If you ever have questions with regards to how many orders are in the picking queue, how full is the grid or general stats on how the performance for picking per port is, Dashboard will have the details.
Topics covered in this article
The Dashboard is split into four sections: Backlog, Activity, Issues and Storage.
The statistics on the top of the dashboard show current backlog for the system. Both the number of order lines and the total number of orders in backlog are listed here.
If your Pio is connected to multiple online stores, you can filter the backlog numbers per store using the dropdown next to Backlog title.
In the backlog overview you will also find the average order lines per order for the orders registered in the system.
The 'Est. time to complete (1 port)' shows the estimated time to pick the whole backlog if you use one port. The estimate is based on the average picking performance during the last 30 days (median) and the number of orders currently in the backlog.
This section shows how many order lines and the total number of orders you have picked today. The speedometer visualizes the picking speed: how many order lines are picked in average per port per hour today.
You can also see how many active hours and minutes have been spent in ports for picking and storing.
The graphic on the bottom left shows the filling degree of your Pio grid. Click the 'View more' link to view a detailed split of all bins and compartments in the grid.
This will give a good overview of how many bins and compartments are in use.
The issues section is a summary of possible issues with the hardware (robots, ports, etc) and software (order deviations, bin deviations).
In the first version you will find two types of issues:
Deviated orders: there has been an issue with the order that needs to be resolved before the order can be shipped to the customer. Tap the 'Orders Deviated' link to see a filtered list of all the deviated orders. Learn how to handle 'Deviated orders'.
Blocked orders: if you use order prioritization rules to block some specific types of orders from going automatically to picking, you can find the overview of those orders here. Learn 'How to set rules for order prioritization' for blocking orders and adding them first in the picking queue.