The Need For Financial Analytics

The real picture of a corporate’s financial health can be accurately by financial analytics. Financial analytics assists organizations in the following ways:

Analyze Facts to establish Forecasts

CFOs can predict accurate revenue and expenses forecasts by analyzing current and past trends under the light of business’s respective industry and economical situation to establish correlations for resources planning, budgeting and allocation effectively.

One-Stop Shop for Financial Statistics

Our dynamic financial analytics platform consolidates all financial figures into an enterprise data warehouse including Revenues, Expenses, Margins, cash-flow, sales forecasting and other key financial KPIs which are accessible in any reporting tool including Excel Pivots, Power BI, Tableau etc.

Transforming the Role of Finance Department

Finance teams are now transitioning towards management instead of accounting where our solution empowers them to make data driven decisions.

Check & Manage Organizational Hierarchy

Critically review branches, markets and regions where business has poor margins under the light of recurring and non-recurring revenues, insurances, payroll, overtime, rents and other expenses by performing Monthly (MoM), Quarterly(QoQ) and Yearly (YoY) comparisons for budgets, actuals and forecasts.

KPI Driven Business Processes

Operational excellence can be enhanced using data evidences driven from Sales Growth Rate, Credits, Bad Debts, Days Sales Outstanding (DSO), Cash Flow, Refunds, Receivables against each business operational unit.

Industry Insights


Data-driven organizations are 23 times more likely to acquire customers, six times as likely to retain customers, and 19 times as likely to be profitable as a result.


90% of enterprise analytics and business professionals currently say data and analytics are key to their organization’s digital transformation initiatives.


Insights-driven businesses are growing at an average of more than 30% each year, and by 2021, they are predicted to take $1.8 trillion annually from their less-informed peers.


Only 7% of marketers surveyed report that they are currently effectively able to deliver real-time, data-driven marketing engagements across both physical and digital touchpoints.