With Alteryx we have opted for a real engine block 3.0 among our data analyses. Alteryx is a highly advanced data platform. Accessing, validating, cleaning, analyzing data, we all do this in Alteryx. With Alteryx we make our data analyzes transparent, but also repeatable. This means that we can continuously refresh every data analysis with new source data, completely automatically.
We use Alteryx during our Audits, in which we consider ongoing audits together with our clients and, for example, our Management Reporting 3.0 and Business Performance services where we make relevant analyzes for our clients.
With Alteryx we realize our objectives that we have formulated around:
Using Tableau, we connect analyzing and visualizing data in minutes. Tableau is our data visualization tool. A few years ago we deliberately chose Tableau as the Coney Standard. We have trained our people in Tableau, we are concerned with the best visualization solution available in the market. All our clients can access our Tableau Server and have access to their own Managed Tableau Environment.
In Tableau we visualize the “Story of the Audit” and we include clients in our data driven audit findings. For clients we build Cash-Flow and Management Reports in Tableau that are automatically fed by (analysed) data from Alteryx.
Process Mining is a technique that focuses on the combination of Data Science and Process Management. We use process mining technology from Monkeymining on our ongoing monitoring assignments and during the annual audit. With process mining we work together with our clients to discover, monitor and improve business processes.
With Monkeymining we have insight into which automated and manual activities have been performed at the business process level. Think of gaining insight into critical processes such as Order-To Cash (from ordering to delivery to payment receipts) or Purchase-to-Pay (from purchasing to payment of purchase invoices). The activities that are performed around these processes (approval, rejection, authorization, follow-up) are stored in so-called event logs or log files in IT systems. This data is the engine for Process Mining, the engine for Coney team to get started with your processes.