You deserve a great app. One that knows what you want. One that gives you amazing tools you hadn’t even imagined.
Like customizable dashboards so you can see multiple metrics and charts simultaneously. An intuitive interface made even easier with a tutorial overlay. And the ability to create your own metric sets or leverage Google’s pre-built ones.
That’s what you get with Dash – for Google Analytics. Dash was built from the ground up for the iPad. It’s not a converted iPhone app. It’s from a company that makes a serious data reporting product — compared to the little guys making the other apps.
What do the Department of Justice (DOJ), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) have in common, aside from being known by their acronyms?
Hint — you’re reading this on a Windward blog.
Yes, these agencies all use Windward for their government reporting needs.
Government reporting made simple through SAM
We’ve recently registered with System for Award Management (SAM) so that we can continue as part of the federal government’s vendor system. As you may already know, SAM replaced and/or consolidated the capabilities of CCR/FedReg, ORCA, and EPLS.
And we still have a Commercial And Government Entity(CAGE) Code, which allows us to be a supplier to the U.S. Joint Forces. We’re also General Services Administration (GSA) and Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) certified, which means we can submit invoices and receive payment from the U.S. government via their secure web system.
How important is it to take care of company data and report on it accurately?
Yeah, you already know the answer. But in case your boss needs a reminder about how critical your job is, feel free to share this hot-off-the-press list of Top 10 recent articles and blog posts.
They run the gamut but all have one thing in common: they show importance of “good” (i.e. organized, secure and accurately reported) data to enterprises, organizations and government agencies.
Poor data management undermines business. “While most companies pay lip service to the need for data quality, few are taking the actions necessaryto ensure their data quality is maintained and monitored on an ongoing basis.”
Majority of firms vulnerable to BYOD risks: survey. “Despite much discussions around potential risks brought about by bring-your-own-device (BYOD) adoption, most organizations todaycontinue to ignore simple security measuresand employee education to protect their business environment.”