Clear and accurate reports are the foundation for contract renewals and annual meetings. Clean and easy output of reports saves time and gives you an accurate assessment of your organization. You can create reports about the members, equipment, classes and expenditures for each project. With the simple manipulation of the information on Isaac, you can organize the information for your current needs. Stations can then use this information to create and report on year-end numbers.
Create lists of current members and those who need to renew their membership status. Keep track of how many users have accessed your equipment in order to justify fiscal needs.
Gathering critical data on reservations and how many of those reservations were cancelled will be helpful information for your year-end review.
Reports can be generated to account for all volunteers at your station.
Organize member information based upon how much was spent per member or by each member. Determine the bottom line of your budget.
Generate reports that can classify and organize equipment use, checkout and return dates and equipment kits. At-a-glance reports can inform your admin what equipment is available, currently in use or on the repair/damaged list.
Stations may need to follow a single piece of equipment throughout the course of the year. Running this report can give you real-time information about the history and current status of each individual piece of equipment.
Reports can list the type, serial number and date of damage, as well as the repairs that were made on each.
Build your own report to suit your needs, filter by equipment status, type and owner.
You can generate a report that gives an accurate spending and cost-accounting list. Use this report to stay on budget or for future fiscal planning.
Break down all the episodes of an existing project with expenditure information.
Create reports that illustrate the status of individual projects and shows.
Knowing how many students have taken each class can be a great asset when deciding future class offerings. Class Roster reports can organize who and how many students took each class.
Reports can generate and organize a list of class schedules, times and dates, as well as members taking each class.
Understanding the registration patterns of each course can help community stations in planning, budgeting and staffing future classes.
Find out which members sign up for classes but do not attend.
Community stations need to know how many and which students are accessing their classes for funding and budget reporting.