Sage X3

Sage data management and analytics

Sage data management and analytics makes Sage X3 a central data hub for the business.
The flexible pre-set Sage X3 data model and connectors make it fast and simple to extract data from the ERP and combine it with other sources. The solution detects Sage X3 business logic customizations and incorporates them in the data model automatically.
Sage data management and analytics is not only quick to set-up and start using. It is also highly flexible and simple to configure. This removes the need for manual data warehouse projects and in-house technical expertise.
Embedded analytics give Sage X3 users access to insight and a seamless user experience. Role-based dashboards covering the required Sage X3 modules for finance and the distribution and manufacturing industries. Sage X3 look-and-feel drives user adoption and improves return on investment.

Pre-packaged, rapid to deploy and scalable
Sage data management and analytics delivers an easily configured, pre-set, optimized data model and analytics for Sage X3. There is no need for a manual data warehouse project or in-house technical experts. The system is rapid to deploy, making it quicker to start extracting and organizing data, and accessing insight.
The scalable solution is available in the cloud, on-premises, or as a hybrid deployment. This ensures alignment with technology strategy and future business requirements. The ease of adding new data sources aids the process of integrating new systems as the business grows. Whether adding to the IT infrastructure organically or through acquisition, the solution ensures strong data governance and accurate insight.

Make Sage X3 a data hub for one version of the truth
Pre-built connectors integrate with on-premises or cloud business application and other data sources. Sage data management and analytics automates the collection and merging of data from many sources. Sage X3 becomes the central hub of data for the business with the ability to continue to add new data sources to enrich business insight.

Configurable with simple, yet powerful data modeling
Users access powerful data modeling capabilities via a graphical interface from within Sage X3. The most sophisticated data requirements are met, without the need to write customized code.
User-prompted steps automate the migration of data from any source, and the creation and configuration of data warehouses and Extract, Load, Transform (ELT) processes. Sage data management and analytics also automates the creation of multi-dimensional databases that deliver data aggregation, cross-functional analysis, hierarchies and extra metadata.

Trusted, secure data
Sage data management and analytics has four layers of security and rich permission functionality. This ensures complete control of who sees data and information across the business. Built-in tools make it simple to ensure strong governance of data security, quality and usage from one central, trusted hub.
System usage auditing dashboards enable optimization for performance. Data comparison, batch validations and remapping functionality ensures continuity during upgrade cycles.

Best-in-class analytics, within or outside Sage X3
A comprehensive portfolio of role-based analytics dashboards is accessible in the Sage X3 interface. Businesses get instant access to best-practice KPIs and calculations from which to measure performance from across the application from finance, to supply chain and manufacturing.
Rich flexibility enables boundless configuration options for dashboards and analytics. All assets created, including charts, graphs, pivots, reports, and calculations, can be saved, shared and re-used.
Dynamic analytics with unlimited drill up, down and through options encourage data exploration. Underlying data and the meaning behind information is uncovered and further analyzed.

Podcast Series


ZAP has launched the three-part Data Transforming Business podcast series, in collaboration with Sage.
Each podcast is an information-packed 10-minute discussion with industry experts sharing their insight and experience

Episode 1

Best Practices in Becoming a Data-Driven Organisation

Episode 2

Self-Service Business Intelligence for ERP Systems—Dream or Reality?

Episode 3

Unlocking business insights from ERP and related business management systems