Are you uncertain what analytics to perform for your business?
Fret not, we are here to help!
Many of our clients using Enterprise Resource Planning in short, ERP software or any cloud program such as Accounting cloud software capture data differently and may not be suitable to your business. This Data may not be useful if they don’t provide you the information that you want. There are many ERP tools out there promising you with specific analytical function for your business and in fact they are not specialized in handling the complexity and dynamics of your Data which is why sometimes either your data do not make any sense or you do not understand the data that is being captured.
Data is a valuable resource to your company in making the right decision at the right time giving you the edge among your competitors. Data should be aiding you instead of harming you wasting your time, effort and resources. Many big company have specialized department for Data analyst focusing on getting the precise information needed for each department. Depending on your business, such information enable you to do:
- Descriptive Analytics.
- Predictive Analytics.
- Prescriptive Analytics.
- Diagnostic Analytics
What is happening to your business?
This is the most common form of analytics where we capture key measures / matrix of the data.
Such example can be standard reports
eg: What is the call volume for August? What is the average sales of product for the past week?
What will likely happen to your business?
Many business strategies involve around Predictive analysis to predict outcome based on historical trends. They are able to capture these insights automatically using algorithm and technology such as our AI & Machine Learning tools.
eg: Which customers are likely to call? Which customer are likely to buy certain product on certain days?
What do you need to do?
This is the pinnacle of analytics where data are optimized for recommended actions or strategies based on testing strategy outcome. Applying advanced technique of analytics to make specific recommendations
eg: How many manpower needed required to handle the call volume? How many raw materials for specific product?
Why is it happening to your business?
The ability to spot outlier from your data provides you with useful information. Like Six Sigma, the ability to drill-down to the root cause and isolated the segment.
eg: Why certain calls are specifically long? Why certain product sell well in location A but poorly in B?
To find out how you can view the data you want it to enable business strategies, stay tune to our next blog where we share a real business case scenario and how we provide solution for our client based on their current ERP/ cloud accounting software.
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