TERMS Evolution comes with a complete data analysis system that allows users to manipulate information stored within the system and generate their own designs and specifications for data analysis.
- Analyse data using TERMS directly
- Extract data for external analysis
- Analyse data for Management
- Analyse data for Quality Control
- Reporting to multiple formats
- Graphs and Queries
- Ofsted Reporting and Analysis
- Funding and ILR Analysis
General Data Analysis
All systems rely upon data and our professional team can both assist in the analysis of that data and in developing direct tools and procedures that allow you full access to the information that you have been recording.
Our team has a very wide experience base - for example educational and health; accounting and finance; telecommunications; PoS and product control; production and dispatch processing; systems control; etc.
Whether via reporting and analytical tools or by specific bespoke software developments we can provide that additional layer of information that you need.
SQL System Consultancy
Many of your day to day operations will rely upon large SQL Databases - Accounts, Sales, CRM, etc. The efficiency of these systems is dependent upon how those SQL Databases are written and perform. West March Systems can assist in these areas, from specification and sizing recommendations through to database tuning and performance, we can help you improve your efficiency.
We can go further though. Many packages feed large quantities of valuable data into SQL databases but then provide inadequate or unfocused reporting and analysis.
Our team can extend and improve your analysis releasing the full power of your recorded data.
Reporting Services for data mining and presentation
SQL Server Data Tools for Business Intelligence (SSDT BI) reduces the RDL (Report Definition Language) component to graphic icons in a GUI (Graphical User Interface). In this way, instead of writing code, the user can drag-and-drop graphic icons into an SSRS report format for most aspects of the SSRS report.
Reports defined by RDL can be downloaded to a variety of formats including Excel, Microsoft Word, PDF, CSV, XML, TIFF and HTML Web Archive.
Users can interact with the Report Server web service directly, or instead use Report Manager, a Web-based application that interfaces with the Report Server web service. With Report Manager, users can view, subscribe to, and manage reports as well as manage and maintain data sources and security settings. Report Manager can also deliver SQL reports by e-mail, or place them on a file share.
Security is role-based and can be assigned on an individual item, such as a report or data source, a folder of items, or site wide. Security roles and rights are inherited and can be overloaded.