See Your Photo Studio's Production with Thorough Reports

To effectively operate a content production studio, you need to know what's going on in the process at any given time. Many studios rely on team members to self-report, or they wait for data transfers to complete and then run tedious reports. In these instances, mistakes can happen, information can be outdated or no longer relevant, and worst of all, processes that are intended to gain insight can be cumbersome, becoming a burden for your creative teams.

Automation Ensures Real-Time Reporting

Because of the automation and workflows in Creative Force, insights into your production are just a few clicks away, and you can be sure they are accurate and up-to-date.

We've talked about how the Creative Force platform removes the need for any file handling or status updates. As the work naturally progresses through the studio, performing each function automatically updates the production status.

A result of this automation is the ability to get reports and insights in real-time for almost any aspect of your production process.

Kanban Flow Reports Give an Overhead View of Your Studio's Production

One of the many reports available is the Kanban Flow Report. This report gives you a Kanban-style view of each step in your production process, with visual cues for things that may require your attention, such as samples that are still in production but were checked more than the usual number of days prior.

Kanban View


Post-Production Vendor Reports Bring Deep Data into Visibility

In the post-production vendor report, Creative Force integrates with many different post-production vendors, allowing you to run reports on asset throughput, rejection rates, and turnaround time-all by the vendor.

These are just a couple of examples of the reporting and insights you have access to in Creative Force, all made possible because the platform is complete end-to-end production software, and always has a view of all samples and assets in production.

Post-production Vendor Report
Also, you can learn more about flow production in this post.