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  • Multi-layered database hierarchy

    Analysts can integrate tools in various ways:
    1. 1. Utilize tools pre-defined in ApplicationDB

      Example: Use our Return on Capital (ROC) accounting rule throughout your tables, charts, and reports
    2. 2. Override pre-defined tools via UserDB

      Example: Don't like how we've defined ROC in ApplicationDB? Override it in UserDB with your own computation. At run-time, Quuve will first search your UserDB for the ROC computation. This saves you the trouble of defining a new ROC key and needing to integrate it throughout your tables, charts, and reports
    3. 3. Create your tools in UserDB

      Example: Do you lean on a proprietary financial metric in lieu of ROC? Define the key in your UserDB and integrate it throughout your tables, charts, and reports
    4. 4. Create team tools in SiteDB

      Example: Does your firm have a proprietary metric used in lieu of ROC? Define the key in SiteDB, and every user at your firm can integrate the key throughout their tables, charts, and reports

     UserDB

    ➜ Stores user-defined tools
    ➜ Available for use by the user only
    ➜ Edited by the user only

     SiteDB

    ➜ Stores user-defined tools shared with a team
    ➜ Available for use by all members of the team
    ➜ Site Admins select team members to edit

     ApplicationDB

    ➜ Stores Quuve's pre-defined tools
    ➜ Available for use by all Quuve users
    ➜ Edited by Quuve Admins only

 

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