My name is Michelle Greene, and I am an HR manager at an international retail giant. I love my job, but maintaining data for headcount, payroll, recruitment lists, salary distribution and employee details is proving to be a huge task. As a human resource professional I understand we need to track a lot of data, and more often than not it involves sharing this data with others. CollateBox has helped me to organize data in an online spreadsheet so that it is useful and clear irrespective of the audience.
Besides just feeding in data, CollateBox has helped in online collaboration by storing and analysing the data as well. For example, a hiring manager in a company can view open job requisitions by location, by recruiter, for each month. With this information, the recruiting team can create personalized hiring plans and progress reports.
CollateBox can be used for simple calculations in databases for tracking information or complex data organization like hours of work put in by employee, report of expenditure, and asset management. It has truly proved to be a foundation for analysis and competitive advantage. General Offline spreadsheets may lack integrity, consistency, security and traceability, which corrode business self-assurance in data and results. However, business intelligence tools like CollateBox can permit users with streamlined good quality data, and strong reporting and analytics thus empowering them to make smarter decisions.
The best part is, unlike mainstream traditional tools like google docs spreadsheets, CollateBox allows unlimited users so it can be used by Human Resources professionals that are start-ups, or large organizations as well.