A typical scenario

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Stage 1

The user receives data from their client

This data can often be in many different formats, and will need to be organised before any useful work can begin

Stage 2

The user uploads the messy data to the Integration Engine

We understand client data comes in all different formats from sometimes unique financial systems. If your client uses a standard financial system, the user uploads straight to 'Add Data'. If the client uses a customised or bespoke system, the user simply uses the Custom ERP or Custom Mapper function. For cases where your client uses batched systems, simply use the 'Table Joins' function to combine the ledgers. This means that no matter what leader, or system your client uses the Integration Engine can transform the data in minutes

Stage 3

The Integration Engine checks the data

Sometimes the data you receive is missing crucial components or is incorrect entirely. The Integration Engine enables the user to carry out pre and post ingestion quality checks, allowing you to see the shape of your data, any issues with data quality, and performs simple tests that will allow you to get on with the audit

Stage 4

The output

In a matter of minutes, the user will receive the messy data they ingested in a standard format known as the Common Data Model format. In addition to this, they will also receive the Data Quality Scorecard, which enables you to see the shape of your data, any issues with data quality.

Stage 5

Onward potential

With all your data in the compatible common data model format, your firm unlocks the potential to automate and use new technology such as ChatGPT and Copilots

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