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Still reporting on spreadsheets? Uncover the power of your data with Antares’ Discovery Workshop


Thursday, 28th March 2019 at 7:15 am
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Antares’ Discovery Workshop helps organisations realise the power of their own data so they can start the digital transformation journey that meets their specific needs.


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Still reporting on spreadsheets? Uncover the power of your data with Antares’ Discovery Workshop
Thursday, 28th March 2019 at 7:15 am

Antares’ Discovery Workshop helps organisations realise the power of their own data so they can start the digital transformation journey that meets their specific needs.

All not for profits rely on accurate reporting to ensure that their organisation is running at its best, is cost-effective and is making the best out of its resources.  

Having a dedicated resource manually creating reports from numerous spreadsheets is extremely inefficient, very costly and provides only static data.

Why not streamline and automate your reporting? Antares’ experts can help you bring costs down and consolidate data in one place so you can get timely and accurate information to make sure your organisation runs at its best.

Antares has worked with organisations like yours to automate reporting. Antares has worked with organisations from NDIS service providers to schools to community service providers, and has made a big impact on the way they operate.

Organisations that provide NDIS services have better visibility over their customers’ credits and government funds. They are now able to predict their residents’ needs and cater for them accordingly, in a cost-efficient way.

As the experts in not-for-profit reporting, Antares helps organisations maximise their resources and streamline their reporting.

Antares’ Discovery Workshop helps organisations realise the power of their own data so they can start the digital transformation journey that meets their specific needs. Going from manual data extraction and reporting on a spreadsheet to automated real-life data streaming makes a big difference when you want to make an impact.

Antares helps you focus on telling the story behind your data in simple terms through impressive visualisations, meaningful facts and figures, and relevant data patterns; bring your operational costs down; and increase performance.

Take advantage of Antares’ Discovery Workshop to realise how you can automate your reporting.

Peter Smith, CIO Mission Australia said: “If we provide our people with the most efficient tools and the most efficient ways to do things, that allows them to spend more time with clients. In the future we want to be able to create smarter applications that help us serve clients better – we can help more by running things efficiently.”

If you don’t know where to start and the digital journey sounds daunting, we can help you get a grasp of your operations. With Antares’ team of not-for-profit experts you can change the way you operate your not for profit.

Your digital transformation starts with Antares’ Discovery Workshop.




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