How It Works?
How it works?
ClusterSeven watches your end user computing (EUC) without getting in the way of users. When we see unusual activity (or lack of activity) we send out alerts and reports for rapid resolution. And all the time we are collecting and organizing your unstructured financial data for new business insight.
ClusterSeven knows the workflow/lifecycle status of all end user computing (EUC) activity.
The first step to control spreadsheets and other user developed applications (UDA) is to see what you have, where it is and how it connects to your business.
ClusterSeven has worked with leading companies, auditors and risk experts to establish a full list of rules that define the riskiness of user developed applications (UDA). It is also easy to add your own rules.
Registration is the step by which specific user developed applications (UDAs) are placed under control. ClusterSeven enables multiple routes to registration.
ClusterSeven manages the security of user developed applications (UDA) at multiple levels.
The main objective of managing end user computing (EUC) is to ensure that the data created by used developed applications (UDA) is correct without creating excessive overhead.
When pressure rises, no-one will look for problems in audit logs or slow desk-top tools. ClusterSeven intelligently filters out standard operations within end user computing (EUC) to deliver real alerts at speed.
Once an anomaly in a user developed application (UDA) is highlighted, users must find it easy to locate and repair the problem, with their actions fully documented.
Each stakeholder group requires different control reports from end user computing (EUC) activity. Our central solution prevents hidden silos of data or activity and is ideally suited to meeting the needs of all.
Transparency of the end user computing (EUC) lifecycle allows business and IT to agree the road map for migration of user developed applications (UDA) to alternative robust solutions. This drives business innovation without losing control.