If you’re puzzling about some particular aspect of the NEM-Watch application itself, we have prepared a whole series of pages that can help you to understand what it is you’re looking at, or how to use a particular feature.
We’ve prepared a few pages that explain the way the data is delivered to NEM-Watch, and provided an explanation of the data supplied by providers including:
– The AEMO
– The BOM; and
– Several Miscellaneous data feeds.
A central feature of NEM-Watch is the clearly recognisable map component, which has been developed (and refined over more than 10 years) to convey a significant volume of information, and make it readily understandable, in a single screen.
This page provides an explanation of the various elements that come together in making up your NEM-Watch map.
On top of your NEM-Watch dashboard, you can configure your selection of a broad range of pre-configured charts and tables (then save as your default layout) to focus on the aspects of the market that are most relevant to you, and your team.
This page provides links to explanations of all of the tables and charts provided in NEM-Watch
Contributing to your ability to achieve situational awareness, and helping in communications (both internally and externally) is your ability to configure, in NEM-Watch, a variety of alarms.
Here’s an explanation of what you can achieve with alarms, and how to configure them
There are other elements within your copy of NEM-Watch that don’t fit in the categories above.
Of course, please call (+61 7 3368 4064) or email us if you can’t find what you’re looking for.
Specifically to assist you in communicating your insights with others, there are several communications functions built into NEM-Watch.
To help you in learning about them, we have prepared some information here about how to use these components.
Commercial details relating to starting a new licence are provided on the “Get Started” page here.
If you’re already up and running with NEM-Watch, you might also be interested in these notes about:
– Renewing your licence (especially saving more with the “early-bird” discount);
– Upgrading from your existing model to a higher model; and/or
– Purchase of more licences.