Overview of the Report Builder Report Types: for Brightflag Customers (Clients)

Brightflag's report builder has an array of reports you can build and customize. Once begin building a report, you will set first select the Report Type. This guide explains the difference in the report types. 

 

Matter Spend: 

Gives an in-depth breakdown of spend and analytics at a matter level. Date filtering is based on invoice dates within that matter. If you set a date range for the year 2020, only matters that have spend (invoices) in that date range will appear.

 

All Matters: 

Provides insights on high-level spend and analytics at a matter level. Date filtering is based on matter creation dates. If you set a date range for the year 2020, only matters that were created in that date range will appear.

 

Invoice:

Returns a breakdown of all information related to invoices. Date filtering is based on invoice date. Click the Show Flags button to see a granular breakout of savings identified.

 

Timekeeper:

Gives a breakdown of all timekeeper data as per the invoices they appear on, such as their rate and hours worked. Export this report to calculate a vendor's blended rate. Date filtering is based on the invoices that these timekeepers appear on. 

 

Accrual:

Accrual entries as entered by your vendors are merged with invoice spend information. Accruals reports are based on monthly cadences so always set a date range by full calendar months. 

 

Line Item:

This report will pull up information on each individual narrative line item. Use this report for granular reviews of things like narrative descriptions and hours worked. It is recommended you set short date ranges as the dataset may be large. Date filtering is based on invoice dates. of invoices during the selected date range. 

 

Need more guidance?

Reach out to your company's dedicated Client Admin or Submit a Request to Brightflag Support if you require technical assistance.

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