Actually "The Trip to Panama" would have been a better header, but the news desks of the broadcasters beat us to it. Although of course the children's book by Janosch, with the tiny tiger and little bear, has nothing to do with the affair revolving around the letterbox or shell companies of the Panamanian law firm. But the title is just so catchy.
We are pleased to have Marc Gittler, Senior Audit Manager at Deutsche Post DHL Group, as the guest speaker for a jointly staged webinar. He will report, orienting on true practice, of his experience focused on automated data extraction and data analytics, both generating essential value added for one's user departments.
Whether you’re brand new to ACL or need a refresher on how to make the most of the technology you have, you'll find helpful tips and tricks in this recording, available to watch free of charge and on-demand.
In this blog I want to describe possibilities of importing Microsoft® Excel files into ACL™, and offer tips for solving the problems that may occur. This import functionality is needed on an increasing scale in actual practice. An everyday example: We use ACL™ to conduct portfolio analyses in the context of credit financing for clients from the banking sector. Here different places deliver contract, payment and currency data in Microsoft Excel™ file format that have to be imported to ACL™ for reconciliation with other data.
Perhaps you feel the same way – you look at the calendar and are surprised that yet another year is past. For us it was very much a successful year, one that we would like to take a brief look back upon together with you.
Here we'd like to present one of our highly rated partners. DataConsulting (www.dataconsulting.co.uk) plays a major role in making the products and services of dab:GmbH highly successful in an international forum.
Runners are likely to understand something by this. In sport PACE is the time a runner needs for a certain distance, e.g. for a kilometer. If you want to run a marathon in less than 4 hours for instance, you should aim for a PACE of 5:40 minutes per kilometer.
On September 30 this year, together with my executive colleague Martin Riedl, I was able to represent dab:GmbH at the IIA Data Analytics Event in Zurich. The one-day IIA meeting – for the first time after a longish break in Switzerland – revolved around data analytics.