Wavicle’s Dashboard and Reporting Tool Selection services incorporate the same due diligence our teams regularly perform when selecting new software and tools to accomplish our clients’ objectives. On every engagement we undertake, we want to be sure our growing customer base is applying the best available technology and tools for their business.
Our Tool Selection Services for Dashboards and Reporting stress leading-edge, industrial strength technology over the latest bleeding-edge, early stage offerings. In our experience, untested experimental software too often presents a high-risk/low-reward proposition, and we encourage enterprises to go with industry-leading data visualization and reporting tools that business users are familiar with and can manage most effectively.
Working with your business stakeholders to instill and execute a methodical, non-biased approach to your vendor selection process, Wavicle’s vendor and tool selection process consultants work closely with your organization to:
- Develop and Analyze Requirements – Create a business stakeholder/evaluation team to analyze and document a checklist of products/services requirements, technical business requirements, and vendor requirements.
- Conduct Vendor Search – Compile, evaluate, and refine potential vendor list, send requests for information (RFI) and create shortlist.
- Complete RFQ/RFP Process – Include business overview and background, detailed specifications, assumptions and constraints, T&Cs, selection criteria.
- Evaluate Proposals, Finalize Vendor Selection – Review, chart out, and assign values for requirements responses, calculate total scores, select and begin negotiations with winning vendor.
Taking full advantage of our comprehensive knowledge base, we’ve built our data visualization tool selection services around a growing non-biased Wavicle library of vendors and advanced tools. We ensure your business stakeholders, who have the most to gain or lose from this important exercise, can separate the sound from the noise through a well-managed selection process. In an ever-increasing technology landscape, key takeaways include non-biased recommendations and more informed direction when choosing the right tools to propel your organization toward success.