Data visualisation

In order to use data with added value, a large group of users must also be able to see the data in a meaningful way.

Presenting company data

In order to use data with added value, a large group of users must also be able to see the data in a meaningful way.

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Tool selection

We recommend the right reporting tool for you based on your requirements.

Corporate design

We develop report and design templates based on your corporate design.

Design guidelines

Reports according to current market standard guidelines, e.g. Hichert.

User experience design

Attractive reports that are easy and intuitive to use.

Cross platform

The right display of a report on all desired end devices – smartphone, tablet & desktop.


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A successful self-service strategy requires that the data is prepared in an appropriate way so that users can use it independently.

Application of user-friendly terms

IDs, abbreviations and the combinations of both often featuring additional characters such as the underscore are almost exclusively understandable for data-oriented users. However, the bulk of users have a very different focus than the data itself. Therefore, it is important to translate the technical terms into terms that are familiar to the user.

Mapping relationships

Few self-service users know or want to know the relationships between database/data lake artefacts. Therefore, a semantic layer must map these and provide them in such a way that no matter what the user does, the correct relationships are always used.

Calculation of key figures

The report creator should also not make his or her own calculations since the process itself can become complex on the one hand and the semantic layer should act as a “single point of truth” on the other hand. There are development procedures that temporarily allow such self-calculated numbers. In the medium term, however, these must then be incorporated into the model in a manner that ensures quality.

Time intelligence

Just as important as basic and advanced metrics is the so-called time intelligence. An absolute number alone does not say much at first. But if you put it into context, e.g. “same period last year”, you can do more with it. Other forms of time intelligence are year to date, quarter to date or month to date values. Delta values between current and historical values are also often reported as performance indicators.


Ever tried to make a report and kept waiting for the results to show? The frustration rises very quickly. Therefore, it is important that the response times are in the lowest second range (<3 sec.). With all the possibilities that modern reporting offers, the reporter also wants to try things out to get the best possible result.

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