At the end of 2004, with the implementation of the “Plan Borloo”, ASP was one of several potential organisations chosen to manage the administration and budget for several social employment measures (CEA and CIE). To demonstrate its suitability for the project, ASP only had a few months to put a system in place to monitor all levels of the organisation concerned with the project (national, regional, departmental and local). ASP had to find a collaborative dashboard solution that would permit interaction between the different levels to enable monitoring of the budget, activities and financial indicators.
Insight was integrated to ASP’s Oracle database. The solution allowed all users at any level to access the same indicators. Each level of user was also able to utilise a dashboard adapted to their responsibilities in the organisation.
Access Insight really was the best solution for ASP, thanks to its ability to deal with a high number of users (10,000), the agility of its dashboards, and all at a reasonable cost. It also guaranteed a rapid set up thanks to its agile approach, which was key for ASP. The success within the organisation allowed ASP to extend Insight to other projects with the same enthusiasm.