Exciting Changes Coming to AF Reporting in 2018

Image of a business man looking at a computer monitorWe know AF’s members rely heavily on comprehensive subrogation and arbitration data from AF to effectively run their businesses. That’s why this year, AF is beginning the migration of current reports into a more robust reporting platform.

AF will migrate all of the TRS and E-Subro Hub reports into the new reporting platform this year. These reports will be removed from the current drop-down menus and added to the new reporting platform. AF will also evaluate the Online Filing reports and determine the best transition plan for this data.

In 2019, AF will continue the report migration, addressing remaining member reports as well as internal AF reports. AF will also begin to offer more enhanced features of the new reporting platform:
  • Enabling members to view their most requested data through interactive dashboards/data visualizations.
  • Working with members to identify and provide interactive key performance indicators (KPIs) that will bring the most important data to life.
  • The ability for members to schedule reports, eliminating the need to manually run reports during peak work hours.
In the coming years, AF will collaborate with members to build long-term strategies that may take advantage of some of the most powerful capabilities of the new platform. These include, but are not limited to, member self-service (by power users) as well as the reporting platform’s ability to receive and provide data feeds to members.

Please check your E-Bulletins for details as each TRS and E-Subro Hub report migration is scheduled.
 


Article published in: May 2018 E-Bulletin