Data has become one of the most important resources for a business, but its value lies in the insights that can be gained from it. Business Intelligence (BI) reporting software, DigiView, provides valuable insight to decision-makers that allows them to make better decisions, faster.
With no need for any configuration on the user’s side, DigiView can be used to maximise business opportunities, reduce risks, ensure sustainability and improve on profitability by measuring performance and providing accurate predictions.
This puts you in control of your business, where it’s going and how it’s growing.
DigiView is an easy to use Business Intelligence solution and is an essential tool to help drive transformation in your business to ensure that you are responsive to your customer and market needs.
Using the DigiView Stencil, you can build reports that are able to deal with complex calculations while spending less money on reporting with specialised skills in 6 easy steps.
DigiView runs on Microsoft PowerBI, a Business Intelligence analytics service which provides interactive visualisation and BI capabilities through a simple interface, and is viewed through SharePoint Reporting Services.
DigiView will help you understand historic, real-time and predictive data so that you can make informed decisions to accelerate and optimise operational efficiencies.
Through the agile Business Intelligence software reporting tool, DigiView, you are able to choose from the pre-defined Sales, Human Capital Management, Finance & Marketing reports, or create your own.
6 hours of consulting time
£375.00 (£62.50 per hour)
12 hours of consulting time
£540.00 (£45.00 per hour)
18 hours of consulting time
£630.00 (£35.00 per hour)
Sign up to DigiView in June and receive a special 20% discount on a 4 stencil pack
DigiView consists of a set of stencils based on industry best practice metrics per reporting line. You can select one or more stencils from the same or across reporting lines. These stencils are visualised in a report per stencil (consisting of a set of graphs). Graphs from different reporting lines and stencils can be collated and represented as dashboards.