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Compliance - Due dates

Introduction

The Compliance – Due dates dashboard displays information regarding activities not meeting deadlines.

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Note

If you want to use the Compliance - Due dates dashboard, the attributes for the Due dates table must be loaded in TemplateOne. See Input tables of TemplateOne.

Due dates

In UiPath Process Mining, a due date is defined as an activity that needs to occur before a specified date. Due dates are used to get information regarding cases meeting or not meeting deadlines and the related costs. Due dates can be predefined to set a significant stage or activity deadline in your processes.

Actual date vs. expected date

A due date checks the difference between the Actual date of the event and the Expected date of the event.
The Actual date is defined as the date when the event actually takes place. To create a proper due date, you should also define the Expected date for the due date, which is the date when the event is expected to take place. The Days late expression calculates the difference between the Actual date and the Expected date.

Context information

The context bar at the top of the Compliance - Due dates dashboard displays context information and KPI's.
Below is a description of the elements of the context bar.

Element

Description

Average days late

The average number of days that it took to complete events after the expected end date.

Percentage of late events

The percentage of events that were completed after the expected end date within the selected period.

Number of events

The total number of events.

Number of cases

The total number of cases.

Is the due date being met on time?

Below is a description of the metrics that can be selected in the Is the due date being met on time? dashboard item. See the illustration below.

Below is a description of the metrics.

Metric

Description

Avg. days late

The average number of days that it took to complete events after the expected end date.

Percentage late

The percentage of events that were completed after the expected end date within the selected period.

Distribution

The Distribution chart enables you to analyze the frequency of due dates based on the number of days late. See the illustration below.

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Compliance - Due dates


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