Zoho Analytics is an online reporting and business intelligence service that helps you to easily analyse your business data and create insightful reports & dashboards for informed decision-making.
Zoho Analytics offers the following capabilities:
Complete Online Reporting & Business Intelligence service accessible anytime and anywhere!
Easy to adopt 'Spreadsheet-like' interface with powerful drag & drop based reporting features for quick report creation.
Supports a wide range of reporting capabilities like Dashboards, Charts, Pivot Tables, Summary Views and simple Tabular reports. Supports creation of KPI widgets in dashboards to track key performance metrics.
Supports data import from a variety of file formats like Excel, JSON, HTML etc. Also, supports data import from cloud storage and Web URLs. Supports periodic scheduling of import.
You can also integrate your various applications with Zoho Analytics using Zoho Analytics API.
Blend & merge data from across different sources to create meaningful business reports
With an advanced formula engine, you can derive key business metrics from your data. Also, supports SQL (Structured Query Language) driven querying for powerful report creation.
Real-time collaboration by sharing data and reports in read or read-write modes with your colleagues & friends.
Export and Print reports in a variety of formats. Notify reports via email.
Publish reports for wider consumption Embed reports within your websites, web applications and blogs.
Highly secure through user login with support for HTTPS (SSL connection). All your data and reports are hosted in highly secure data centres.
Supports Logo Rebranding and White labelling solutions.
Zoho Flow is an integration platform which connects cloud applications. It helps you set up workflows to automate information exchange among the apps you use.
With Zoho Flow, you no longer need to learn code to integrate. A flow is the combination of a trigger and action(s). The trigger kick starts the flow, and the actions are tasks executed by the flow.
Zoho Flow provides a platform for you to create flows that connect cloud apps to automate data and information transfer.
This lets you save time so you can focus on tasks that require more attention. Your apps will share data automatically, so you'll have what you need at the right time and place.
Flow has the following capabilities:
Integrate your business applications without learning how to code. It is as simple as setting a trigger, adding actions, viewing your entire workflow via builder and letting flow work its magic.
Zoho Office Integrator is an online, cloud-based solution that allows integration of its powerful document editors - Writer, Sheet, and Show - with the third-party web applications and services.
Integrating Zoho Office Editors to your web-based applications using Office Integrator will help:
User to create, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.
Provide functionalities/features of Office, including Sharing and Collaboration of files.
It allows the user to save the documents back to their own storage after editing them.
As an organisation scales, it requires various flows and processes internally to ensure each department in the organisation are on the same page. The complexities and bottlenecks also keep increasing organisation which stifles innovation and decision making.
In such cases a business orchestration software assists in dividing, completing and automating key jobs across team by eliminating silos and bringing everyone on the same platform.
Orchestly has an in-built process builder to simplify and visualise each and every step within the organisation which would assist in planning the workflow, tracking job requests, analysing default as well as custom reports.
Capabilities of Orchestly:
Services: This is where you collect all the information needed to run a process. For example, a ticket booking process may need the travellers’ names and trip dates. Services captures this data. From here, it can be accessed, viewed, and modified at different stages of the process.
Blueprints: This is the flowchart that defines the different stages of a process and how to transition between them. You can create Blueprints using a simple drag and drop interface—no coding needed. The conditions for transitioning, who is in charge, and who should be notified can all be set in advance.
Jobs: Every time a request is submitted for a service, a Job is created. It begins when a user inputs information into the Service and ends when it reaches the last stage in the Blueprint. For example, Susan requesting a mouse is a Job under Asset Requesting Service. It begins when she specifies the mouse she wants and ends when she gets one.
Reports: Reports gives you the information needed to optimize processes. Individual Reports indicate which stages take the most time, which have been used the most, which users complete stages quickly, and so on. You get four customizable Reports. You can also view your created Reports based on the parameters of your choice
Service Level Agreement: Be instantly notified and ensure timely delivery of work items via reminders to stay on track of your SLA (Service Level Agreement). You can also trigger escalation emails when deadlines are not met.