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August Releases – Introducing Analytics

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Analytics, one of the most requested features, is now available to all our customers. You can now gain insights from your data, without leaving Whispli.

If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.  – Peter Drucker

Our customers kept asking us questions such as:

  • “Can I know how many reports were received last week ?”
  • “Is it possible to know the share between disclosures on financial fraud and corruption ?”
  • “How many investigations were closed, per quarter and per departments ?”
  • “Wouldn’t it be great to …”

And they were right to insist.

🎉 Finally, we can now answer YES to all these questions  🎉

Introducing Analytics

One of the most interesting challenges we have to solve on a daily basis at Whispli is to let our clients customise pretty much anything themselves.

Analytics is no exception to this challenge. All our customers have different needs and different ways of managing their disclosures and hence, specific insights they want to gain from their custom datasets:

One user will want to compare the amount of disclosures on fraud vs. harassment in a pie-chart while another will want to know if their new whistleblowing policy reduced the number of disclosures received over time.

Good news, this is now possible. And much (much) more…

Analytics = Filters + Groups

Creating a chart analysing the status of your reports received last month can be done under 30 seconds:

  1. Add a filter Date of reports: last 1 month
  2. Add a group Report status

Yes, it’s that easy. See in action:

Filters let you segment your dataset into smaller subsets. For example, you can filter reports:

  • Were received between two dates
  • Were submitted through a specific form
  • Containing a certain answer to a custom question
  • Categorised with a certain tag
  • Etc.

Groups will enable you to compare data against certain metrics. This is similar to “Series” in Excel.

  • Grouping by months will tell you how many reports arrived per month
  • Grouping by answers will let you know how many reports concerned fraud, corruption, bullying, or any option you created from your form
  • Grouping by tag will tell you how many reports exist per tag
  • Etc.

Enough talk. Time to try: Follow a tutorial

Not a client yet ? No problem: Try Whispli for free

Workflows dashboard

Workflows let you design a standard process for you and your employees to follow. But there was no easy way to tell which disclosure is currently in the middle of the process, which were completed, etc.

Now, on every workflow, a dashboard is available for you to track where your reports/cases currently stand and filter them per step:

Workflow dashboard

… and many other improvements, thanks to your feedback!

It’s easy to get excited about shipping big, shiny new things – but there’s also lots of value in shipping regular, smaller improvements and features too.

They may not all justify a big splashy announcement but added up, they have a significant impact on your experience.

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