Over the May bank holiday weekend 2017, St Phillip and St James' Church in Hallow held a flower festival in order to raise funds to purchase a new roof for the church, as it is in desperate need of repair.
In this blog article we explore the meaning behind the phrase “three lines of defence.” For those organisation’s utilising this approach, the definition and meaning is obvious, but for others the definition is cloudy to say the least.
Ellie Durn and Katie Hawkins, employees at Clearview Systems, will be skydiving on the 31st May in order to raise enough funds to purchase a community defibrillator for the Elgar Business Centre and surrounding villages.
In February 2017, Tai Calon first became our customer when they purchased the Customer Engagement Suite. Ross Watts, Head of Communities at Tai Calon, tells us more about customer engagement and the challenges they faced as an organisation.
whg began their Clearview journey in 2007 with the Strategy and performance software suite, and then purchased the Clearview business intelligence and reporting tool in 2013; implementing both to help them achieve their business objectives.
There are a vast number of business intelligence software solutions on the market; Clearview’s business intelligence and reporting solution has been specifically built as a next generation business intelligence (BI) tool.
In February 2017 we held a donation of goods charity event for the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Trust as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. The aim of the trust is the relief of sickness and the preservation of health of children and young adults in the community.
Blog: Business intelligence simplifies information discovery and analysis, making it possible for decision-makers at all levels of an organisation to more easily access, understand, analyse, collaborate, and act on information, anytime and anywhere.
Case study: Audience Insight Wales is an Arts Council Wales project delivered by Clearview to help arts organisations understand and develop their audiences by collecting, analysing and interpreting data.
White paper: Many organisations have processes in place to manage risk, but, they are often not as robust as they need to be; or they are more focused on yesterday’s risks rather than being forward looking. Organisations like yourself need to start taking a holistic approach to risk, moving from being reactive to proactive, and using risk as a strategic driver of performance.
Case study: A new risk management policy has been developed that sets out Fortis Living's approach and commitment to the management of risk. The policy introduces a framework and guidelines to identify, manage and mitigate risk, ensuring that a proactive risk management culture is embedded throughout the organisation, and risk assurance is an integral part.
Top tips: Coaching is a form of development in which a person called a coach supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal by providing training, advice and guidance.
Top tips: A continuous improvement culture is a culture whereby there is a constant effort to improve your business. This will include your performance, processes, products, and services, with the aim of minimising costs, reducing waste, streamlining work, improving efficiency and maximising output.