Data Reporting

Definition updated on November 2023

What is data reporting?

In order to support decision-driven data, data reporting is the act of gathering and presenting data in an organized style. Making data readily understood and available to stakeholders, including managers, executives, and clients, is the aim of data reporting. This entails choosing and analyzing pertinent data, then clearly, succinctly, and attractively presenting the findings. A business intelligence program frequently involves data reporting, which can range from pixel-perfect reports for regulatory agencies to ad hoc reports produced via self-service analytics as needed by business users. Data reporting enables you to condense complex information, which can both save decision-makers time and help you comprehend a complex problem more thoroughly. Finding patterns and connections between many pieces of information can be made simpler through data reporting, leading to better insights. Regardless of the sector you work in, data reporting can help you find key business metrics and keep track of them so you can assess the overall performance of the company.

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