Reporting, Dashboards, Analytics, and ETL
Reporting, Analytics, and ETL for Channel Partner Training
When you are providing training to an external audience like Channel Partners, Resellers, Certified Agents, etc., it is essential that you provide easy-to-use self-service reporting and analytics for learners as well their managers and sponsors.
NetExam Reporting and Dashboarding
NetExam has built-in easy-to-use self-service reporting and dashboarding available for designated managers of your learners. Whether it’s external Channel Partner/Reseller Managers or your own NAM/CAM managers who oversee regions, they will be able to access reports and dashboards with their own data.
A screenshot of the Dashboard for Channel Partner Manager showing the learning performance for individuals from the channel partner
A screenshot of the Channel Partner Manager accessing the learning performance of a channel partner
A screenshot of the Dashboard for a NAM/CAM that shows the learning performance of all accounts they manage
NetExam Learning Analytics
NetExam’s Learning Analytics makes it easy to get hidden insights out of your training and related data. For example, it will let you find correlations between training and sales revenue showing you the true impact of your training investment. NetExam’s Learning Analytics uses predictive AI algorithms to forecast future outcomes based on what it learns from past trends.
A screenshot of NetExam’s Learning Analytics showing the correlation between training and sales revenue
A screenshot of NetExam’s Learning Analytics with predictive data using AI
NetExam ETL Processes
Sometimes organizations require all applications they use to deliver data to a central corporate data warehouse or business intelligence platform. NetExam’s ETL process was specifically built to be able to deliver NetExam data securely to such data repositories. NetExam’s ETL process is configured to deliver data to third-party applications such as Oracle Goldengate, Microsoft Azure Data Factory, Amazon AWS Glue, SAP BODS, or directly to your cloud/data center.
A diagram showing NetExam ETL processes’ ability to deliver data to external applications