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Watch this video to find out about the capabilities of the Storm system to address the most common objectives. Reports, dashboards, data visualization, and information analysis results will help you identify risks, capitalize on market opportunities, and take full control of your business.
Speed dial provides easy access to dashboards. Here you will find the most frequently used dashboards. You can hide and show the speed dial area at any time by clicking the corresponding icon in the toolbar. Window management is really easy — to arrange your working area as you please, just drag and drop windows using your mouse.
Filter & Load
Now we’re going to demonstrate the Filter & Load tool. Choose the desired dashboard (in this case, Clients), click “Filter & load” at the top left of the window below the name of the selected dashboard. A filter and load window will open. Select Load — you will see a dashboard with data. Click “Filter & load” again and add a filter by selected managers. Customize filters for a specific customer by its name without deselecting the filter by managers. You will see an entry on the relevant client which is served by one of the selected managers. Deselect the filter by client, go to the Filter By menu to select a new filtering option. Type in “Nationality” in the search window and add this option. Configure filtering for Spain. Now you can view which clients from Spain are served by the selected managers.
We’re going to demonstrate the capabilities of columns in the dashboards and show you how to sort data. In this example, we select the first column (Manager) and drag and drop it and then move it back. Do the same for the Type column to place it after the Manager column. Then click the headings of each column to sort them in ascending and descending order. To sort with Total values, hold down the Shift button and click a heading. To add new Total values to the existing ones, hold down Cntr+Shift.
Now we’ll demonstrate the capabilities of editing and creation of a new set of columns. Select “Edit” in the upper right corner of the dashboard. Now you can see how to change the order of columns in the list. Now let’s hide several columns to reduce the number of displayed columns in the dashboard. Save the new set of columns for future use. All saved sets will be displayed in the Columns menu in the upper bar of the dashboard. To view your set of columns, select “Reset”.
Now we’re going to demonstrate the capabilities of matrix data visualization. The matrix has a chart attached which displays dependencies between the selected data. You can see your list of the saved pre-configured matrices in the Matrix menu in the upper bar of the widget. You can select a chart type in the menu above the chart. There is also an option menu which allows to rotate charts or display them as 3D objects. You can select several cells of the matrix, and the chart will be reconfigured to display the corresponding cells. The Preview menu in the upper bar of the matrix displays data related to the selected cells. We’ll demonstrate the Drill Down tool for charts using pie and the donut charts.
Now we’ll demonstrate the capabilities of editing and creation of a new matrix. To open the window of matrix editing and creation, select “Edit” in the top bar of the widget. You will see the available fields in the left part of the window. The right part of the window displays matrix configuration features — the filtered set of columns, matrix column set, matrix row set, matrix values, and a list of functions used to calculate the matrix values. The Options section in the upper bar is used to customize matrix display options — the number of displayed rows and columns, how they are displayed, as well as whether the Total columns are to be displayed. Create a new matrix. Client nationality will be displayed in the rows, while managers that serve these clients will be displayed in the columns. Matrix values in this case include credit funds and net assets of the clients. Now we’ll configure the matrix to display the first five rows with the biggest total values sorted in descending order. To create a new matrix and the corresponding chart, click “Apply.”
Now we’re going to demonstrate visualization of data as a pivot table with tree structure. You can see your pivot tables in the Pivot menu in the upper bar of the widget. To view the data related to the selected pivot cells, go to Preview. To create and edit pivot tables, select “Edit”. For example, you can add one more value to the displayed pivot.
Now we’ll demonstrate the Drill Down tool used for end-to-end data analytics. Go to the Clients dashboard and select one of the clients — Mendez-Garcia Emilio. Run the Drill Down tool in the top bar of the dashboard which opens a dynamic tree of this client’s entries. You can see that the selected client has 32 entries on his balance and 7 entries about its accounts. You can go to the client’s accounts directly from the tree or from the client’s balance. You can use the Drill Down tool the same way for matrices, pivot tables, and other types of data visualization.