Empowering the Individual Through Clear Data
There is an ever-growing demand for more flexibility and self-reliance in reporting and analysis. Businesses and individual employees want to be able to carry out analyses themselves instead of making requests of IT or other specialists. User independence and self-sufficiency and a demand for better BI tools is leading to the helpful decentralization of BI within organizations.
An Iterative Approach
To keep ahead of the competition, companies need to act as quickly as possible on new insights gleaned from analytics. Traditional BI methods have been phased out and with data sources growing all the time, an iterative approach is needed to come up with BI tools that optimize the value of the data.
Access Data Anytime, Anywhere
Demand for simple and quick user-friendly BI software solutions has been on the rise for years. Enterprise businesses strive to enable business users to build or design their own queries, reports, interfaces, and even data models.
Benefits of Self-Service BI
Modern BI tools all for varying levels of sophistication. Casual users may only need to filter and group data. Skilled BI users need their data to answer their business problems and create reports from scratch. Business analysts need to do in-depth data exploration and modeling for actual business scenarios.
Where This Fits in Our FullStack Philosophy
Data Access Made Easy
An Advanced Looker Partner, we customize their platform to create modular, reusable, and trusted metric definitions.
We build on this best-in-class business intelligence data platform to give you customized data analytics applications (dashboards) created to meet your specific needs.
Faster Data Operationalization
We worked with the marketing team at the world’s largest sporting goods brand in their sport. Their team initially came to us looking for a Customer Data Platform (CDP). Following our analysis of their business needs and technology solutions, we discovered a deeper problem: They were accessing their data through a third party service provider.
"I view Nick and DAS42 as the single most important strategic partner external to Snowflake that I have in the business. If somebody came to me and said, "You get to wave a magic wand and you can place any partner on this account, who are you going to choose?" It’s DAS42 first every single time."Evan BlakeSales Director, Strategic Accounts, Snowflake
There’s no shortage of data, but companies are hungry for actionable insights. Self-service BI offers many advantages to individual users commonly inundated with data but lacking actionable information.
Facilitating A Well Oiled Machine
The central promise of self-service BI is to improve agility and flexibility in business departments by increasing user independence from IT departments. With IT’s workload reduced, they can focus on bigger tasks to help their organization’s operations function better.
Reduced Dependence on External Resources
Effective BI tools allows business users to produce information and insight efficiently. Enabling users to conduct iterative analysis with flexible BI tools allows companies to innovate more broadly and quickly. Businesses can make sound data-based decisions that outpace their competition faster than before.
Analyze and Execute with DAS42
Used correctly, self-service BI enables business users to create reports they need to tackle challenges within their businesses. People are empowered to address business problems and create accurate reporting in a timely fashion. Self-service BI fosters an atmosphere of independence amongst employees and analysts. More accessible business intelligence allows businesses to aspire towards greatness and streamline business processes. Each company should define its own data management strategy to determine the best approach to be used. We can help set these parameters and position your business for success.
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