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Data Reporting Software:
Data Health X

High-level breakdowns of the state of your data delivered in a sleek UI5, no-code app. Save time, effort and take control of your data with Data Health X.

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Data reporting, just simpler!

As reliance on data grows, maintaining impeccable data quality becomes imperative for organisations. However, without robust reporting capabilities, this becomes an arduous task to manually undertake. Data HealthX offers data health checks and an insightful overview of data status, highlighting record usage, frequency, and relevance for archiving. It currently covers Material and Business Partner objects with the potential to include others. Additionally, the included duplicate check solution aids in identifying duplicates, errors, and missing records, streamlining data cleaning and archiving processes.

Why Data Health X?

Take control of your data

Data Health X is a champion of data reporting best practices. In a business landscape where every asset matters, data holds significant value. With Data Health X, you gain full command over your data and its utilisation. This empowers strategic decision-making and enhances operational productivity, ensuring that your data works for you at its highest potential.

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Mitigate Errors

Data discrepancies may seem minor initially, but they can rapidly escalate, leading to significant financial, reputational, or legal repercussions. Hence, effective error mitigation is paramount. Data Health X offers robust data governance, facilitated by its Ditto duplicate checks. By eliminating lurking duplicates, you prevent errors and optimise server space utilisation, ensuring your data remains accurate, efficient, and free from unnecessary redundancies.

Save Time and Effort

Manual data reporting can be laborious and time-consuming, causing costly inefficiencies. Data Health X addresses these challenges by automating data reporting and generating configurable reports tailored to the organisation’s requirements. With Data Health X, essential data insights are readily available, freeing up time to concentrate on strategic-level operations. This automation streamlines reporting processes, allowing businesses to react swiftly and efficiently to changing circumstances, ultimately enhancing overall productivity and decision-making capabilities.

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All Under One Roof

Experience the power of Data Health X Reporting, duplicate checks, and an intuitive UI, all integrated into a comprehensive Suite. Seamlessly streamline your data reporting capabilities and unlock the full potential of your master data with an application that actively works for you. Embrace the support it provides in achieving strategic goals, ensuring accurate insights and efficient operations, ultimately propelling your business towards success.

Technical Specs

As the name suggests, this is a report for your data’s health. With the option of setting up a secure connection to your ECC or S/4 system to obtain the data, or utilising an export program we deploy to your ECC system and importing to a Cloud based HANA DB.

Currently available for Material Master and Business Partner records.

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Demo Data HealthX Today

Discover how much time and effort your organisation can save through negating data issues but also forming meaningful strategic information with Data Health X. Register your interest today for a live demo with our experts. Begin improving your data health today!

Data Reporting FAQs

Data reporting is the process of presenting and summarising data in a structured and meaningful manner to extract valuable insights and support decision-making. It involves transforming raw data into visualisations, dashboards, charts, and reports that provide a clear understanding of business performance, trends, and patterns. Data reporting enables stakeholders, such as managers, executives, and analysts, to monitor key performance indicators (KPIs), track progress, and identify areas for improvement. By effectively communicating data-driven information, organisations can make informed decisions, optimise operations, and achieve their strategic objectives.

Data warehousing relies on various reporting tools to extract, transform, and visualize data for business analysis. Some popular reporting tools include: 1. Business Intelligence (BI) Platforms: Tools like Tableau, Power BI, and QlikView enable interactive data exploration and dynamic dashboards for insightful visualizations. 2. SQL-based Reporting Tools: Reporting tools like Crystal Reports and JasperReports leverage SQL queries to generate static reports from relational databases. 3. OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) Tools: OLAP tools like Microsoft Excel PivotTables and SAP BW allow multidimensional analysis for complex data sets. 4. Reporting APIs: APIs like RESTful APIs provide programmable interfaces for custom reporting and integration with other applications. 5. Reporting Dashboards: Dashboards like Data Health X provide a high-level overview of data health and wider process efficiencies.

There are many factors which can affect the time it takes to onboard a vendor. It can vary due to policy, research, preparation, risk assessments, and completing vendor onboarding forms and communications. For larger companies using traditional onboarding techniques, the wider vendor onboarding process can take up to six months but always at a minimum of one month.

Focusing on the actual onboarding procedure concerning data transfer, if there are no approvals on day 1, this can take up to a whole day, with an extra day for approvals. Using BPX, the actual onboarding procedure involving data entry never takes more than 15 minutes, ensuring a speedy and compliant onboarding that saves up to two days of work.

There are various ways to report data, catering to different needs and audiences:

• Tabular Reports: Present data in a table format, suitable for straightforward data representation and comparisons.

• Charts and Graphs: Visualise data using bar charts, line graphs, pie charts, and more, aiding in trend analysis and pattern identification.

• Dashboards: Combine multiple visualisations and KPIs on a single screen, providing an overview of business performance.

• Drill-down Reports: Allow users to explore data at different levels of detail, from summarized views to granular data.

• Ad-hoc Reports: Offer flexibility for users to create custom reports based on their specific requirements.

• Mobile Reports: Optimise reports for viewing on mobile devices, facilitating on-the-go access to critical data.

All of these reporting aspects are features of Data HealthX, to provide a well-rounded, meaningful overview of a business's data.

When evaluating a data reporting tool, consider its user-friendliness, ensuring non-technical users can easily create reports. Verify its ability to connect to diverse data sources, including databases and cloud services. Look for a wide range of visualisation options to present data effectively. The tool should support interactive features like drill-downs and filters for in-depth analysis. Check its performance with large datasets to ensure timely report generation. Data security measures, compatibility with existing systems, and scalability for future growth are also crucial factors to consider, ensuring the chosen tool meets the specific needs of your organisation and empowers data-driven decision-making.

A Data health check is an assessment process that evaluates the overall quality, accuracy, completeness, and consistency of an organisation's data. It involves analysing data from various sources, databases, and systems to identify anomalies, errors, and data quality issues. The goal is to uncover data-related problems, such as duplicates, missing values, and outdated information, to ensure data integrity and reliability. The results of a data health check provide insights into data weaknesses and help organisations implement data remediation strategies, ultimately leading to better-informed decisions, improved operational efficiency, and enhanced data-driven initiatives.