Nimbly Transforms Business Operational Efficiency With Data-Driven Innovative Solution Powered by Sisense
Operational management platform Nimbly selects Sisense to enable its customers to unlock the power of interactive, customisable dashboards and real-time analytics anywhere, anytime
Fast-growing digital business operations management platform Nimbly has announced it has selected Sisense, the leading AI-driven analytics cloud platform that infuses analytics anywhere to provide a new customisable, visual dashboard to its customers.
Often, many work teams rely on manual spreadsheets to ensure their operations are running smoothly. Nimbly is designed to replace spreadsheets, emails and messaging apps, automating more of that process by combining their functionalities into one mobile app.
With features such as digital checklists, live video, inventory management and field audits, Nimbly allows organisations to manage their operation anytime, anywhere to ensure that standard operating procedures are followed across all locations.
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With Nimbly, companies can validate site visitations, attach live photos and videos, also discover issues and monitor resolution in real-time. The dashboard allows management to review and analyse what is happening in their industry. Management uses the Nimbly dashboards to identify red flags, note issues that have to be resolved immediately and highlight cost-saving opportunities.
Prior to engaging with Sisense, Nimbly’s dashboard was not fully agile or customisable, and a self-service model was not enabled for the customer.
Earlier this year, Nimbly decided to enhance and strengthen its platform with robust data analytics and visualisation capabilities. Nimbly evaluated multiple tools based on the needs of their customers and ultimately chose Sisense due to their powerful, easy to visualise and interactive dashboards. Nimbly also needed a solution that enabled their end-users to build customised dashboards with minimal training, both of which Sisense could offer.
Girish Mysore, CTO of Nimbly said, “Sisense’s self-service model is intuitive and easy to manage. This along with AI capabilities made it a compelling option for the company. With Sisense, Nimbly can leverage its analytic and visualisation engine to its customisation and instrumentation capabilities. This ensures that Nimbly’s analytics is not only the most advanced, easy to use and highly flexible solution on the market but that it fully meets our clients’ needs.
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“We use Sisense dashboards to enhance what we deliver to customers. It ties up to excellence in our offering, especially empowering the dashboard with real-time relevant information, quickly and accurately.”
Eyal Mekler, Regional VP APAC at Sisense said embedding an interactive, customisable tool with Nimbly’s solution opens up exciting opportunities for businesses globally to become further streamlined, enjoy operational efficiencies while leveraging data to grow their businesses and minimise risk.
“Data visualisation helps unlock the value of data for organisational efficiency and is critical in today’s fast-moving business landscape that need access to essential information quickly and in real-time. Sisense provides our clients with an easy low/no-code solution that is customisable and interactive, that helps drive even further innovation for businesses at scale,” Eyal said.
Founded in 2018 by Daniel Hazman and Jonathan Keith and based in Singapore, Nimbly is currently used by some 200 organisations in the food and beverage, retail, manufacturing and agriculture industries across Southeast Asia, the USA and South America, with customers including KFC, Kopi Kenangan, 7-Eleven, Wilmar, Cargill and Under Armour. To date, Nimbly has helped save businesses over 57,000 hours in operational efficiency, 59% in inspection costs and helped drive 86% in business productivity.
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