Think Powerful with Ultimatix!
MIS and BI Analytics on Orange is a powerful module that empowers organizations to draw actionable insights out of the employee data generated on the system. Right from customizing reports from data sets on-the-fly, to predictive and prescriptive analytics, here’s all that you can do with our platform to make greater business impact.
Be it headcount, mood analysis, or attrition, the platform sources data internally from all other modules to cut through the noise and direct you towards insight that truly matters.
Now you can pick metrics as per need and handiness using our customised report generating functionality. Not just customisations. You can also schedule reports for daily tracking.
Trend analytics can facilite you see evidently about what is functioning in your favour and what is not.This has a very important and quantifiable impact on areas like headcount, attrition, manpower planning etc.
Obtain Not Just Data But Actionable insight
MIS refers to a computer-based system that provides managers with the tools to organize evaluate and efficiently manage departments within an organization. Well speaking in simpler terms, MIS enables you to learn skills that relate to the intersection of IT and business. It is a people-oriented field with an emphasis on service through technology.
A large portion of the MIS focuses on data analysis, teamwork, leadership, project management, customer service, and underlying business theories. HR has to learn how businesses leverage the power of information to improve the company’s efficiency.
Business analytics concentration allows employee an opportunity to learn about data analytics and application. Data continues to drive everyday decisions within businesses. The business analytics application will enhance HR’s analytical skills, including how to leverage data-driven decision-making to support organizations.
The amount of information available to any business can be leveraged to make better-informed decisions depending on the company’s objectives. Information retrieval methods are ever-evolving. A business strategy, therefore, has become heavily dependent on the effective use of information