Compliance and business intelligence software

Cincom Systems has released its new business intelligence module to support real-time analytical reporting for the Enterprise Compliance and Quality Management (ECQM) suite. ECQM is a single integrated software solution that ensures compliance with industry and regulatory requirements. 
Cincom’s Compliance and Quality Business Intelligence module enables users to drill down into
underlying data generated by the operational Cincom ECQM applications and other supporting
external systems. Immediate, access to key metrics and compliance KPIs provide a ready ‘pulse-
point’ on enterprise-wide quality performance.
The business intelligence module is claimed to be a powerful, simple-to-use tool delivering the ability to analyse, report and export existing data efficiently and effectively, supporting performance management for improved compliance and profitability. Decision makers can explore large quantities of data through a dynamic view of business conditions, simple navigation, powerful calculation and visualization tools.
“Companies using the entire suite benefit from the collaborative work environment with embedded fact-based decision support”, said Greg Mills, Cincom Systems regional director.
“Organisations find that static reports alone are insufficient for timely measurement. This new intuitive, user-friendly tool, delivered with pre-built data cubes, supports short time to benefit and an environment for quick analysis and rapid decision-making.”

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