But real activity never seems to fall neatly into either of these partitions.
That’s because performing an activity usually results in updates to multiple pieces of information, which are then used by many subsequent – and parallel – activities. Equally, an activity may depend on information from multiple past activities.
To accommodate this, systems have been based either on a single ever-growing database, or on multiple separate databases with considerable messaging between them. Both make for fragile solutions that are difficult to monitor and change.
But with NumberWorks’ metric-driven approach, you’ll be able to structure information from separate activities to define meaningful operational metrics, without the need for cumbersome applications or complex data transfers.
In turn, you’ll be able to make better operational decisions and continuously improve how your organisation is run.