WA-based integrator, L7, has teamed up with business intelligence vendor, myDials, for its software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions.
MyDials specialises in software that analyses and reports on operational performance within an organisation. It hooks into existing data and calculates key performance indicators (KPIs) and key performance drivers (KPDs) across different employees and processes. The information can then be accessed through a Web browser. It has five partners in Australia.
L7's advisory division, a team involved with business and financial analytics, will be responsible for selling the myDials service to clients.
L7 business development general manager, Graeme Gleeson, had his eye on the vendor's products for some time.
“I came across myDials in a different role in another business several years ago and thought it was a great solution,” he said. “When I moved into a sales role [at L7], I saw a great opportunity to join up with the vendor.”
Gleeson conceded the integrator has yet to sign up its first customer for the new product but said a handful of organisations have showed interest and were ready to join.
myDials is sold as an annuity with a small upfront cost to set up the service. According to the integrator, one licence costs $75 per user per month.