DXC Action Analytics webinar

DXC Action Analytics – Real-Time Management Analytics

Over the past few months, businesses have discovered how difficult it is to navigate and act strategically with data that is days, weeks or months old. DXC has responded to our customers demand for up-to-date data, launching our real-time management analytics solution.

This is a streamlined edition of DXC Action Analytics, focusing on providing immediate access to key financial health data across Cashflow, AR & AP, Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss and Inventory.

Our webinar will demonstrate how DXC’s Real-Time Management Analytics offer allows you to source data within Microsoft Power BI, as well as interact with over a dozen pre-defined reports, enabling you to slice and dice, and drill down into transaction details as required.

Webinar Agenda

  • DXC Real-Time Management Analytics overview

  • Key reporting domains and Power BI templates

  • Our data model for self-service exploratory analysis

  • Integration with your financial/ERP system

Who should attend

This webinar is designed for finance team members looking to solve business challenges and IT teams interested in solutions that support changing business needs.

Register today if you are impacted by outdated data and need to rapidly implement a real-time solution.

Webinar Details

  • Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2020

  • Time: 11:30 am AEST

  • Duration: 30 minutes


Tony Bain, Senior Executive - Data & Intelligence, DXC Eclipse

Approaching two decades of building businesses that are related to big data, machine learning, AI and automation technologies, Tony has worked with very large enterprise organisations as well as start-ups, published numerous articles and has been a frequent conference speaker.

He's now running the DXC Eclipse Data & Intelligence practice, growing this business into the #1 partner for data solutions on a Microsoft platform.

Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2020
Time: 11:30 am AEST
Duration: 30 mins

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