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With ZAP Data Hub, the IT department becomes truly data-driven. Information-Security Officers (ISO) and general IT Managers can integrate data from all sources into a central system that handles both security and legislative compliance. It’s then simply prepared for reporting via an intuitive data modeling UI and readied for analysis with BI tools such as Microsoft Power BI, Tableau and Qlik.
When it comes to setting and implementing data and security policies, the buck stops with the IT department. For those tasked with managing their firm’s business applications, the focus is often on integrating ERP, CRM or other software into the company’s wider infrastructure. In larger organizations, for example, there may even be headcount dedicated to specific apps, such as an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Manager.
With ZAP Data Hub, integrating ERP, CRM and other software into the rest of the business — both technically and in terms of reports required by other departments and teams — becomes a straightforward process, as opposed to a resource-draining technical procedure. For example, ZAP Data Hub automatically connects to and collects data from multiple ERP systems including Sage, Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite, Infor and Oracle — and integrates them with all other data sources, without the need for a data warehouse project.
Overseeing the entire department, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) turns to ZAP given their ultimate responsibility for providing the business with accurate, secure and governed data. And ensuring that the financial, personnel and strategic decisions based on it are driving the overall direction of the business.
ZAP allows them to achieve this whilst also removing the risk of human error, and the risk of overloading data/report preparation on one or more members of staff. ROI on BI is maximized, TCO reduced and the whole IT team becomes more service-oriented.
Reducing direct and indirect IT costs, using ZAP Data Hub via SaaS (Software as a Service) increases the ROI and reduces time to insight (TTI) of data management. It also reduces risk, both from an investment and a data security perspective. In short, it helps you become a data-driven business faster.
ZAP Data Hub has the architectural flexibility to fit with any business IT landscape, be it cloud, on-premise or a hybrid combination of the two. Wherever and however your business is based — from a remote workforce to offices spread across multiple sites, divisions and territories — ZAP Data Hub can be deployed to match your exact technical, commercial and legislative requirements.