Introduction: Ecosystem Setup
Introduction: Setting Up Your Ecosystem
The first step to use PARTNER CPRM is to setup your Ecosystem and customize it for your use. This section of the Free Trial Guide provides step-by-step instructions for setting up your ecosystem in preparation for your first Data Capture. This is necessary before you collect, map, or analyze data for reports.
- Login to PARTNER. Visit https://app.visiblenetworklabs.com/vue/home.html
- Open your Ecosystem Account.
- Work your way through the four steps below.
Steps to Setup Your Ecosystem
To continue, move on to the lessons below to learn how add your members, questions and question sets, email and report templates to your Ecosystem.
- Adding Members
- Adding Questions
- Adding Email Templates
- Adding Report Templates
Introduction: Ecosystem Management
Introduction To Ecosystem Management PARTNER CPRM is setup using an Ecosystem Management framework. You'll spend your time working at either the Ecosystem-level or within a Data Capture where you collect relational data from a sub-network. In this ...
While mapping and analyzing your relational data, you will likely identify some key insights and opportunities you want to share with your partners and stakeholders. PARTNER's Report Builder provides a template-based system for automated reporting of ...
Introduction: Data Captures
Once you have all of your Banks and Templates added in your Ecosystem, you are ready to create your first Data Capture. These can be used to implement many different use cases. For example, you can create a Data Capture every time you attend a ...
What Is An Ecosystem?
PARTNER is intended to help you track your community ecosystem: The network of organizations, entities, institutions, and individuals that produce community outcomes you seek to change. Your ecosystem contains a list of members, a set of questions ...
Ecosystem Members FAQs
Who should I add as a member in my Ecosystem? The decision of who to include as a member in your ecosystem or network is a difficult one. We call this process bounding your network, as you are determining the boundaries of who you consider a member ...