Business analysts need to see all relevant data irrespective of size and complexity
AnySizeView Helps Managing Data when Excel Reaches Its Limits
You need to see all relevant data to take full advantage of your data and quickly extract all the knowledge and value from it.
Interactions with data engineering or IT slows analytics down and causes friction.
Accessing data is difficult for analysts as they often need to ask IT or request data engineering service.
This often results in a data request ping pong as analyst need to specify their request without fully understand what their data really is.
Thus, prior to detailing and structuring data for any purpose, analyst need to see what is 100%.
When browsing 100% data, analyst often realize the quality status of their data.
This is why AnySizeView fosters profitability as it allows for early judgement of any data project.
Most analyst are limited to their local computing power as scalable cloud computing is not for everyone.
As many data sets require massive compute power, hardware needs to scale with the requirements.
However, this means for analyst contacting data engineering or IT and often it results in project work.
Moreover, hardware requirements for operating data is difficult to judge for analyst.
This is why AnySizeView runs on scalable cloud infrastructure avoiding bottlenecks of your local machines.
AnySizeView is a Software as a Service solution operating on Azure.
We provide integrations with most common cloud data bases and data warehouses such as Microsoft SQL server or Google Big Query.
You can also connect spreadsheets such as Microsoft Excel or other local data sources via .csv upload.
Data bases are connected and allow you to select the set of data you may wish to work.
AnySizeView uses your data only during running the application and does not store your data in any form.
Work your data set with Excel-type business intelligence functions
Clean your data sets to ensure excellent quality as a business foundation.
All data modifications are documented to understand what was going on.