User Reporting Levels

Overview of Viewing, Business Intelligence (BI), and Power user reporting levels

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Written by Sean Davis
Updated over a week ago

There are three user reporting levels, which dictate the reports available to users within the platform. Users are assigned either Viewing, Business Intelligence (BI), or Power reporting levels. If you notice any grayed out features in SCOUT with respect to reporting, please contact your account manager to see if this feature may be added to your account. 


Viewing users often include the following features:

  • Access to Scout and MyData

  • Ability to Explore various point-based (e.g. Stores, Pushpins, etc.) and geography-based layers (Drive-Time Trade Areas, Radius Rings, Territories, US Geographies, etc.)

  • Ability to view reports run by other (BI or Power) users through the use of Collaborate

Business Intelligence (BI) 

BI users have access to many standard reports. These often include reports that query data:

  • Daytime Population Report

  • Demographic Report

  • Profiles Report

  • Zip Household Report


Power users have access to all business intelligence reports, AND various other custom reports that are more analytical in nature. These might include:

  • Site Score

  • Scenario Scoring Report

*Note that features and reporting abilities vary on both the user and client levels, and access levels are subject to change.

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Tags: User Type, Reporting Access, Reporting User Level, Power User, Viewing User, Bi User

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