QMetrix Proof of Concept (POC)

Why a POC?

A budgeting/forecasting or business intelligence (BI) solution can sometimes be hard to visualise and comprehend with your particular business. It can also be difficult to translate those benefits listed in a product website or brochure into your unique business situation.

QMetrix are happy to demonstrate and highlight the value of implementing business analytics in your business through a Proof of Concept (POC) “try before you buy” type of approach.

By focusing on a specific area of your business or existing problem, with rapid collaboration from you and your team and our expert consultants, we can quickly prove the value of investing in a budgeting/forecasting or BI platform.

This approach often leads to greater stakeholder buy in and sets the wheels in motion for approval of the full implementation.

Reducing risk

A POC will essentially provide the benefit of reducing buying risk with the following advantages:

  • No upfront software cost
  • Inexpensive and low cost method of evaluating the solution on your data
  • Very little time to get started
  • Provides a starting platform which can be built upon

Our approach

Our Proof of Concept approach will typically consist of a:

  • Focused goal and objective
  • Limited and defined scope
  • Rapid development
  • Presentation to stakeholders

To learn more about our POC service and how we can apply it to your business, please call us on 1300 785 336 or email us at info@qmetrix.com.au

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