Many Companies, Multiple Verticals, One Outcome
Summary: VLink’s client was relying on a reporting system based on manual creation and trafficking of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. This was holding back the company, which is a Europe-based designer and manufacturer of industrial automation and control systems.
VLink was retained to revamp this entire platform. After many studies of the client’s requirements and capabilities, VLink deployed a reporting system based on the Birst business intelligence platform assessments, quizzes, and more to evaluate and assess students.
Their current Microsoft Excel-based system had several limitations.
This slowed productivity, frustrated staff, and reduced revenue. It diverted employees from their core tasks by making them create, manage, and share multiple Excel files. The process included four different data sets with multiple business rules.
Targeted Audience: Offer managers, category managers, senior management
Number of Users: 100 to 150
Geography: Global – The U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa (total of 100 countries)
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Manufacturing, Industrial Automation & Control
The client needed an easier and better reporting solution which would allow them to quickly access performance management reports related to their sales and marketing portfolio. The solution would be easy to maintain and easily modified to meet ongoing user expectations and enhanced based on user feedback.
Our team helped consolidate Excel reports onto the Birst BI tool which can process data automatically and update reports/dashboards on ad-hoc or on scheduled basis. The intuitive solution enabled users to run, view reports and dashboards, toggle between filters and drill down to specific reports as needed
Create comprehensive summary reports, dashboards on the most frequently used KPI’s and, specific performance reports. Intuitively drill down the reports based on the needs by region and by product etc. Create their own dashboard and share with other users. The reports used to take 3-7 days to compile and are now available instantaneously.