UpKeep Analytics – Parts Consumption report will show you how to prevent unnecessary expenses on excess spare parts. Know exactly what is in your inventory and how frequently you replenish your parts storage. More trust restored and less guesswork when spending on critical spares.

UpKeep Analytics is available to all users beginning with the Professional Plan. Learn more about UpKeep Pricing.

NOTE: UpKeep Analytics refreshes every hour on the hour, so you may not see new data entries right away.


How to Use the Parts Consumption Report

You can use this report to view the total consumption cost within a certain date range. It will show:

  • Total consumption Cost
  • Total Quantity of all Parts Consumed
  • Table breakdown of the Parts Consumed
  • Consumption Cost trends between Reactive and Recurring WOs

NOTE: This report shows parts consumed on COMPLETED work orders. It will not show parts added to work orders that are not yet marked complete.

  1. Start with your filters
  2. You can select the WO Date Completed, Part Location, and Part Category
  3. Once your filters are applied, click on the Reload button to refresh the report
  4. Now that your page is refreshed, you can view the table.

Parts In Inventory Report

You can use this report to see the total value of all of your parts/inventory and the total quantity in inventory now. Use the filters (Part Category or Part Location) to further narrow down your list for what you need.

  1. Start with your filters
  2. You can select the filters
  3. Once your filters are applied, click on the Reload button to refresh the report
  4. Now that your page is refreshed, you can view the table.


How to Export your Report

  1. Hover your mouse cursor over the table
  2. Click on the 3 vertical dots, then click Download Data
  3. Choose your file format for the download (TXT, Excel Spreadsheet, CSV, JSON, HTML, Markdown, PNG)
  4. Finally, click Download to save the file to your computer!

TIP: Click on the 3 vertical dots on the far top right of either report to export the data to CSV or PDF.

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