Financial data management – Build Your Finance Data Warehouse
With ZAP Data Hub, you can build a Financial Data Warehouse with no coding. ZAP allows you to integrate financial data from CRM and ERP systems such as Sage, Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce in a single data warehouse. With our pre-packaged analytics, you get financial visualisations at the click of a button in your BI tool, ready for your analysis.
Financial data integration
Both accountants and financial controllers will understand the challenges associated with the measurement and interpretation of financial data to achieve compliance. ZAP Data Hub offers simple financial data integration, allowing you to combine data from multiple charts of accounts into a single, accurate and compliant financial report with no risk of human error or misrepresentation of data.
ZAP Data Hub
Hybrid Data Collection
Easily-configurable data collection from apps and data sources of any type
Intuitive Data Modeling
Intuitive, metadata-driven process using familiar business terminology and drag-and drop elements
Automated Semantic Layer
Automation turns data management from a technical into a logical, business process
Built quickly and easily via an automated, step-by-step series of user prompts
Automated Data Integration
Turns week-long tasks into app-based taps and clicks
Your BI tool
Automated data management for Power BI, Tableau, Qlik or any self-service BI tool
Built-in Data governance
Automate, control, audit and log all aspects of data governance and security
Financial data management for insight
The Chief Financial Officer reaps all these benefits and more. Their overarching responsibility to navigate both growth periods and downturns is bolstered by the confidence that they have all financial information available instantly, regardless of whether it’s on-premise or in the cloud, coming from one or many applications.
Becoming data-driven strengthens the CFO’s strategic position and value within a business, allowing them to spot trends and issues as they manifest themselves — as opposed to after they have made an impact-and allowing them to anticipate and answer the next financial question before it’s even asked.