WISL Data Mining

WISL has developed some generalized facilities that imports transactional data from operational business information systems such as logistics, retail sales, manufacturing or from corporate ERP systems. An appropriate cube is maintained daily and access is provided to this historical data by employing various display techniques in a browser based solution. Rocket Software's multi-value data base, UniVerse, is employed for much of the transaction processing. Compiled Perl is employed to handle most of the display and interactive data access. Backup of the cube is provided by employing RAID technology and/or a redundant webserver.

 

Platforms

Server: Open Systems

bulletUNIX; AIX, Solaris
bulletWindows Server
bulletLinux; Redhat

Webserver:

bulletWindows Server, Internet Information Services
bulletRedhat Linux, Apache
bulletUNIX(various)

 

Workstation: Any device that can run a browser (Windows Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox) and can access the corporate intranet or internet as required

Includes:

bulletWindows PC
bulletMac
bulletThin client

Third Party Software

bulletRocket Software’s UniVerse DBMS or other multivalue DBMS
bulletPerl

WISL Data Mining Applications

 

bulletWISL WebSPA(Sales Profitability Analysis)

WebSPA makes the ERP historical sales data base available to a browser based inquiry facility to enable generation of profitability information and comparative analysis between and within fiscal years by business unit, customer or sales division on the basis of product categories or characteristics.

bulletWISL WebSSA(Store Sales Analysis)

WebSSA makes the historical retail sales transaction data base available to a browser based inquiry facility to enable comparative analysis between and within fiscal years by store on the basis of sku and class.

bulletWISL WebDSA(Division Shipping Analysis)

WebDSA makes the historical shipment data base available to a browser based inquiry facility to enable comparative analysis between and within fiscal years by division on the basis of city or lane and carrier.

bulletWISL WebCSA(Carrier Shipping Analysis)

WebCSA makes the historical shipment data base available to a browser based inquiry facility to enable comparative analysis between and within fiscal years by carrier on the basis of city or lane and customer.

bulletWISL WebCPP(Customer Product Profile)

WebCPP makes the historical order data base available to a browser based inquiry facility to enable comparative analysis between and within fiscal years by customer on the basis of sku and a superset of sku from a logistics prospective.

bulletWISL WebPLC(Product Life Cycle)

WebPLC makes the historical product activity data base available from various logistics and manufacturing systems to a browser based inquiry facility to enable comparative analysis between and within fiscal years of products on the basis of sku and product characteristics through the planning/manufacturing/ordering/storing/shipping processes(the life cycle of a product).