The Qlikview Reporting Tool project commenced with an official Planning and Report Mapping workshop. The initial sessions that followed focussed on reviewing the current Qlikview model to determine how this model could be expanded to include new reports introduced into the SACRRA environment as a result of Project Evolution and consideration of future needs that would arise from the NCAA and related Regulations.
One of our challenges is the increasing record volumes and increased frequency of the reports from the hosting bureaus. Prior to Project Evolution, the SACRRA Office only received monthly reports of files loaded in the previous month. With Project Evolution, monthly as well as weekly reports are generated on data quality and load activity. This means the SACRRA Office is now informed within seven days after a file has been loaded of any data quality concerns, compared to the previous norm of a six-week delay.
The implementation of the Qlikview Reporting Tool is anticipated in quarter two of 2015 and will dramatically improve the Association’s ability to monitor the data quality of files loaded on the Credit Bureaus’ databases. The roll-out of the full scope of the Materiality Decision Matrix (MDM) is dependent on the successful implementation of the Qlikview tool.
The SACRRA Office is excited by the prospect of faster turnaround times for reports to Members and the benefit which that ensures of more prompt engagement between the Association and our Members on problematic data and data loads.
“Always deliver more than expected.”
~ Larry Page
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