ExInsight in action.
See how global businesses are using ExInsight's
powerful platform to make the most of their data.
Oil & Gas.
An Oil & Gas company operating in a challenging part of Africa, were struggling to make sense of the data that affected their business.
With numerous, disparate sources of data including weather, terrain, and security being held by separate departments it was almost impossible to find correlation or meaning in their work.
Using ExInsight's unique reporting software the company were able to realise the full potential of their data. Utilising the platform to collect and automatically sort disparate data into one, easy to navigate dashboard.
This unique view of their environment provided data visualisations and analysis the kept projects on track and stakeholders in the loop.
Engineering & Infrastructure.
With the rise of the Covid-19 pandemic and an uncertain security situation developing, our customer was unable to send its engineers to its North African power stations.
They needed to collect information quickly and relied on a local contractor to inspect the site and report back using conventional methods, however, this resulted in failure as the data delivered was not accurate, timely or accountable.
With ExInsight’s powerful software and geo-location functionality, local contractors were equipped with our mobile app allowing our customers to have confidence in the accuracy and quality of their reports. With intuitive reporting software engineers were able to react in real time to developments on site and supply updated subjective and quantitative questions to further understand the situation.
Responses were tagged with locations and timestamped to ensure validity and by attaching imagery as supporting evidence our customer was able to fully understand the situation and have confidence in their actions.
A leading provider of R&D services was attempting to complete an academic survey in Rural Somaliland to assess the impact of climate change in the region.
Due to the remote, low-bandwidth location and their outdated technology they would need to rely on note-taking in the field before manually inputting the data into an electronic format. But with a challenging lead time and language barriers to contend with this was not a viable option.
United States of America
A consulting company was tasked with cataloging suppliers to the United States military as part of a global search for vendor support. Previously, information was manually catalogued in spreadsheets and then incorporated into PDF documents. By the time the information was reviewed by the end-users, it was out-of-date, and could not be filtered by place or by attribute.
Utilising ExInsight’s software our customer was able to collect, file and sort all of their information easily and automatically. With easy-to-use forms and an intuitive user experience, data was entered and validated all through our application, before being linked to existing spreadsheets and third-party directories to incorporate data in bulk.
By implementing attributes such as the type of product offered, their readiness, location and capacity through ExInsight, our customer was able to expedite analysis and make data driven decisions, faster.
By moving from manual collection to ExInsight, our customer was able to access real time reports that provided actionable data and a better understanding of their supply chain preparedness.
Using ExInsight’s intuitive platform our customer was able to deploy an automated, visual, and easy-to-use tool to its team on the ground, allowing them to get started almost instantly with very little training.
With our offline reporting method, low-bandwidth wasn’t an issue and researchers could create and conduct multiple surveys offline, synching with ExInsight’s platform once reaching connectivity.
Utilising the software’s real time updates, teams could work collaboratively and status reports and updates could be sent or received from both their UK and Somaliland locations. With data displayed as visual tables, maps and charts - interpretation and analysis time was drastically reduced.