Unlike many other industries and sectors, the sheer volume of data is a challenge in the public sector. Numerous data sources and areas of focus can make discerning trends between silos of data and drawing conclusive insights difficult.
In order to improve services for citizens, this data needs to be collated into one place and easy mechanisms for multiple users to interrogate it made available.
Acumen’s business intelligence solutions can not only curate tremendous amounts of data but present it in a variety of customisable dashboard interfaces, tailored to each users’ specific requirements.
With a consultative approach to the outcomes and effects of user decision making, public data becomes increasingly more valuable over time enables long and short-term decisions to be made confidently and with effective and visible results.
No matter the size, condition or number of data sources, Acumen delivers clarity and accessibility. You’ll be armed with a tailored visual of your data and able to make assured decisions and predictions.
The FIU IQ platform has enabled us to view the data we receive in ways we were unable to before, however it has also highlighted data quality issues in the prescribed transaction reports.
The New Zealand Police Financial Intelligence Unit was lacking analytical tools for all the data it gets, and so New Zealand company, Acumen BI, has been selected to provide a new suite of tools for the Unit to use.
Organisations are migrating data to the cloud to reap the benefits, but it’s essential to consider how your people and systems will be impacted by a new data pipeline and what tools and training will be involved if you move to a more automated analytics platform.
Without company-wide visibility into data, it’s difficult or even impossible for leaders to make data-driven decisions outside of departmental bubbles. This challenge is especially transparent in verticals.
Donald Farmer discusses the Principle of TreeHive Strategy. Explore how to define and measure innovation in a very practical way, enabling teams to quickly and effectively become more innovative.
Qlik NPrinting allows you to create and distribute reports using your Qlik Application data. Reports can be shared in many formats, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, PixelPerfect, HTML, and PDF; read on to understand the benefits of the different format options.
Capital and Coast District Health Board present the recently released HR Analytics Dashboard and Qlik Applications which have resulted in data being presented to a wide range of users in ways previously not possible.
Delivering value to health through Procurement Analytics, showcasing reduced repetitive manual reporting effort for the procurement Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) programme.
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