Information is everywhere. Talking about digital transformation means grappling with a lot of ideas. We get to rethink how businesses leverage technology to improve business processes, speed up decision-making, and exceed customer expectations. But any conversation about a digital future ought to include handling the onslaught of information all around us.
When looking at speeding access to data, the next frontier is not about capturing information--modern systems make that part is easy. Now the challenge is taking that information and putting it into the hands of key decision makers quickly and presented in a way that can be easily understood. On top of everything else, the method we use must be flexible enough to answer unexpected questions.
Enter the Sage Intacct Interactive Visual Explorer.
How good is it? For one example, imagine being able to make a visualization to show top customers by industry in a way that users can interact with in under five minutes. Watch this video for proof:
In that short presentation we go from a blank canvas to a full, interactive visualization while showing every step of the journey.
Note: Interested in seeing an even deeper dive into making a visualization? We have that too!
Companies will want to incorporate Sage Intacct Interactive Visual Explorer as part of their digital transformation strategy for a myriad of reasons:
Imagine your organization having instant access to the insights available in the prebuilt reports or making something particular to your unique operations with a short learning curve and immediate adoption.
As you move along your digital transformation journey, take the opportunity to not just move your systems to the cloud, but also look at ways to make those systems work smarter – and ultimately, allow you to work smarter as well.
David Valade is a recovering accountant, programming ninja, wordsmith, and Vice President of Operations for Alta Vista Technology. As practice lead for Sage Intacct he is responsible for amazing implementations and the ultimate success of all customers on the product line.