How do you ensure the west coast manager only sees their data, and not that of the east cost managers? How do we ensure that their boss can see everything? Data Marts not only create hyper-personalized views of the data, but they also ensure secure access to the information. Security profiles can be stacked as you move up the org. chain, and you can create both row-level and column-level security.
TypeSift’s Data Dictionary allows you to enter customized definitions of every column in the system, and these definitions are immediately available at the point of search. Now everyone will know the difference between the various exchange rates, types of sales, and other similar columns, and when to use which.
Simple, banded reports that provide detailed information is one of the most common forms of reporting - and yet there is just no good substitute for building these in spreadsheet software. Until now. TypeSift lets you easily build Banded Reports that are easily filtered, refreshed daily, and can be versioned over time.
TypeSift allows you to version control your reports and dashboards. This more than just taking pictures of your reports.When you save a version of your report you actually save the underlying data that goes with it, allowing you to apply filters and view the report “as of” that moment in time. In addition, the structure and layout of the report is saved so you can quickly see how it has changed over time.
One of the biggest questions in business is how are different areas impacting one another? How do operations impact the capacity for more sales? Can we attribute a lift in revenue to a recent marketing campaign? Insights come from being able to pair trends in different processes and make educated conclusions about how they move together in the hopes of driving future growth.
Sometimes you just can’t avoid writing code for multi-step analyses. TypeSift Query Language (TQL) brings the expressiveness of SQL and the power of Stored Procedures to a managed environment. It’s also 10X more concise than SQL. This means you can collaboratively develop reports in the meeting. No more broken-telephone of defining requirements.