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Reporting & Data Visualization Agency

Today, with a variety of analysis tools and BI tools data analysis is everywhere. However, there are bundles of tools that bring tons of data on your table. Too much data but too little time to create reports and to get actionable insights? If you’re experiencing data overwhelm and want to obtain well-set BI reports and meaningful insights, stay calm — that’s where we can support you in reporting and data visualization.
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Why Reporting & Data Visualization

Easy to Understand

Get clear dashboards and reports with understandable statements and meaningful summaries of your data.

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Accelerate Action

Web Analytics Report or Marketing Dashboard? We help you to share results and related conclusions with your stakeholders more efficiently and easily.

Save time & Increase Productivity

Save more time for other tasks by setting up data integration and automating BI reports.

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What We Do

BI Strategy Design

We develop a strategy for implementing a BI solution that meets your individual requirements.

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BI Solution Scoping

According to your business objectives, we help you to evaluate and select an ideal solution.

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BI Solution Setup

Whether Google Data Studio, Microsoft Power BI, Tableau or even Excel – we create a data pipeline for you and set up the BI environment with any BI tool of your choice.

Reporting & Data Visualization

Is your corporate growth slowing down? With custom dashboards, you can keep track of the numbers, never miss a market trend and stay competitive. Facilitate demand capture, planning and idea generation with management dashboards, online marketing dashboards, SEO dashboards, Google Analytics dashboards, KPI dashboards and more.

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Trainings & Workshops

We provide on-site training of your team based on the best practices of Reporting & Data Visualization.

Our Expertise in Reporting & Visualization

Meet your team of Reporting & Data Visualization

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Yury Tolmadzhev

  • 10+ years experience in BI, Data Analytics & Business Development
  • Power BI & Excel Expert
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Wan-Yu Lee

  • 6 years experience in Data Analytics & Market Research
  • Tableau Professional
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John Munoz

  • 10+ years experience in Digital Analytics, MarTech & Tech SEO
  • Google Data Studio Expert

Vladimir Stashevskiy

  • 6 years experience in Digital Analytics, MarTech & Digital Marketing
  • Google Data Studio Expert

Case Sharing

Use Case 1

  • Web-analytics and online marketing dashboard for European company selling protective equipment.
  • Integrated multiple marketing channels and tools.
  • Data cleaning and ETL with Pentaho.
  • Dashboard built with PowerBI.

Use Case 2

  • Air quality control dashboard for a company in Hong-Kong.
  • Built fully with PowerBI.

Frequently Asked Questions in Reporting & Data Visualization

What are the advantages of using interactive data visualisation?

Interactive visualisation is used to make data available to various departments in a company, in the most efficient possible way. The great advantage of this is that a dashboard or graphic can be used equally by the whole team. With interactive features, such as sliders and further selection options, one can adapt the graphic view to their information interests. Doing this allows all stakeholders to benefit from the same set of data.

Once the interactive dashboard is created, no additional development is required. Interactive features can be used permanently afterwards.

Besides, the data can always be meaningfully condensed in the interactive visualisation and, if necessary, quickly reduced to the most crucial details.

As an experienced analytics agency, we develop customised dashboards for you, from which you profit effectively.

Business vs. data analysis - what are the differences?

In essence, business and data analysis pursue the same overall goal. Data and technology should be used to increase the commercial success of a company.

On one hand, business analysis is primarily concerned with generating insights that help to achieve predefined business goals, such as the immediate growth or development of new markets. Business analysis provides approaches to directly answer specific questions, in which data sources are often defined beforehand.

On the other hand, analysis is usually exploratory. Large data sets are often scoured to identify patterns and trends that can be used for entrepreneurial decisions. All in all, data analysis involves many different techniques and approaches.

What is Ad hoc reporting?

Ad hoc reporting is usually only used once. The objective is to answer specific business questions that briefly arise, as quickly as possible. This way, short-term decision-making processes can be underpinned with data. The reports are usually created by a professional BI tool without entirely adapting to existing reporting.

If specific information is regularly required, an Ad hoc report can be transformed into a standard one.

Do you want to optimise your existing reporting and benefit from the advantages of Ad hoc reporting? Contact us for more information!

What makes up a good data visualisation?

As a company, you can benefit from the visualisations of data that is very informative. Therefore, the presented data shouldn’t restrict on the descriptive level.
To identify correlations in analytical representations, comparisons should be made. This enables you to retrospectively view and evaluate the impact of your business choices and decisions.

Besides, goal-oriented data visualisations have a sensible scaling, as well as a clear and transparent portrayal. If your dashboards and graphs are simple and aesthetically well presented, there is no need for analytical skills to generate insights. As a result, all stakeholders within the company can benefit from your data visualisation.
In the design, use indicator colours for deviations. However, bare in mind that in this case, less is more!

Do you want to make better use of your data in future?
Our analytics experts and designers know the best practices for profitable and appealing data visualisations. Contact us!

What are the differences between static and dynamic reporting?

Static reporting presents data from a specific time or period. A static report is usually processed and utilised for a distinct objective. Subsequently, static reports are no longer applied and are only used for analysing historical data. Therefore, the usability of the information is somewhat limited by time.

The fundamental difference between static and dynamic and interactive reporting lays in the following aspects. Dynamic reporting allows you to access graphs and dashboards that supply real-time data 24/7. As a company, this enables you to react quicker to changes and short-term developments. Moreover, you can integrate and use interactive functions, like filters or sliders. The interactivity additionally allows you to carry out advanced analyses. Dynamic reporting is also remarkable for its scalability.

As an experienced analytics agency, we recommend making the most out of all the new possibilities provided by dynamic and static reporting. Contact us to find out more – we will advise you on suitable solutions for you!

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