A revised data file, or data files, are received after the client reporting process has started.

A few questions that may immediately spring to mind:

  • Are there any data changes?
  • What’s the impact of the changes?
  • Which reports will need to be re-run?
  • Have any impacted reports already been despatched to the client?
  • How quickly can we make all the assessments noted above?

Often the answer to all the questions noted above is to manually work it out. However, with our “data aware” reporting process, these manual and time-consuming activities can be a thing of the past.  With the Opus Nebula reporting system all data receipts are subject to specific validation checks, (automated checks specified by you), reports will not be rendered until the checks are passed or specifically “authorised” by your team.  Any subsequent data revisions are automatically identified and will cause “in progress” client reports to re-render within the workflow process, and for any completed reports impacted by the data revisions to be highlighted to the user, and with a single click allow the user to re-run the report(s).  Additionally, the data dashboards detail all the data changes, each report impacted and provide a full audit trail.

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Problems of the past need no longer be a problem, with the Opus Nebula reporting system.

Oh and did I mention… it’s quick to set up as the service is based in the cloud, and it’s a pay-per-use, so you only pay for the reports you produce and store in our central library.

See how Opus Nebula can help you today by exploring www.opus-nebula.com or contact us at enquiries@opus-nebula.com

Andrew Sherlock
Opus Nebula