In just a few minutes, our new product video gives you an insight into our dab:Exporter data extraction software. We show you how easy it is to extract data from SAP®. Needs vary – whether for data analytics tools such as ACL™, for process mining / process intelligence or for other analytics processes.
This brief 5-minute video gives a practical demonstration of dab:Analytic Suite, our app for analysing SAP® data. Our solution enables you to kick-start data analytics for SAP® data. We offer “self-service platforms” with hundreds of pre-configured questions – allowing you to set up data analyses or internal controls at the click of a button or on a fully automated basis.
We at dab:Daten – Analysen & Beratung GmbH are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Osterhofener Park Run. We are sponsoring this exciting event for the first time as part of our commitment to the local community. Designed to attract schools and companies, the run alternates with Deggendorf’s “Two Bridges Run” and encourages joint participation in sport. Around 800 to 1000 people are again expected to participate in the run on Saturday, 30 June 2018, which will take place in a scenic natural setting.
This month the new Spring Release of our partner ACL was released. The focus was on the ACL ™ GRC solution, which enables integrated audit and risk management. I would like to briefly introduce some of the new features in this blog post.
On the 12th of June the DIIR invites again to the Digital Days. Amongst the many exciting presentations this time, our authorized representative Florian will also be on stage with the topic: "Are you already auditing or are you still installing?"
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The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a hot topic right now and calls for action by companies of every size. Our data analytics and audit management solutions offer you every opportunity to comply with the relevant requirements. In this article, I shall briefly examine our software’s compliant interfaces to the GDPR.
Our partner ACL will soon be hosting a webinar on interactive digital data analysis at BSH.
For years, there has been a growing demand for easy-to-create but meaningful reporting that ideally supports visualization by allowing the consumer to get into and out of the field as quickly as possible. Anke Giegandt and Johannes Schwele will talk about the ACL-based solution of BSH in this 60 -minute online meeting.
On April 9th, 2018, Rödl & Partner organized their second family business day in Bielefeld in combination with a start-up convention. The topic of this event was "Generation Digital". What initially seems somewhat alienating has been brought together surprisingly well by Rödl & partner. There are enough points of contact between for generations existing companies and innovative business start-ups, so both can learn a lot from each other. A perfect place for exciting conversations and networking.
In this blog post I will show you how you can objectify and automate risk assessment within your company by linking it with data analyses.
Risk management has always been a key element of a company’s management process. Risks are identified and assessed, measures are taken to mitigate risks and new assessments are performed at regular intervals. This process is present in many companies. Risk assessment is often based on a professional judgement of one or more managers. But why should it always be individuals who have to re-assess risks when data can supply far more objective criteria? With its autumn 2017 release, ACL GRC prepared the way for data-driven risk management. I will now proceed to explain the Assessment Drivers (“key assessment factors”) and the associated benefits in more detail.
In this blog post I will discuss “free goods”. They play an important role both in projects which we implement for our customers and also in our dab:AnalyticSuite, and form the subject of many queries. Important factors include profitability in terms of calculating profit in a customer’s business, compliance (bribery through payments in kind, formation of black accounts, undue advantage) or simply monitoring possible IT interface errors which can result in proper deliveries inadvertently not being invoiced.
In this blog post, we link to the previous section on ACL GRC questionnaires.
Before we get down to distribution, sending the questionnaires to the recipients, there remains the question of what to do with them. Depending on the application ACL presents a number of possibilities:
Data analytics can produce interesting results. They help to identify problems in processes, to reveal cases of fraud, to trace weakpoints in master data, and to recognize many other abnormalities or peculiarities. Nevertheless, results alone are relatively worthless if not properly processed for presentation, and made accessible to persons empowered to make decisions. But not only sharing is of great importance, you must also think of the "how". If you just send your result tables with hundreds of fields and thousands of data records, dealing with them is bound to be a patchy affair.