Pipelines are core to manipulating and visualising your data in Sabisu. We continue to focus on making Pipelines ever easier to use so you can get value out of your data without needing expensive deployments, training or continual implementation services.
Sabisu simplifies data acquisition so much that it’s inevitable you’ll have lots of potential data sources. Virtually any data can be aggregated using Sabisu Bridge or Sabisu Go alongside data from within Sabisu itself, e.g., Sabisu Actions, Sabisu Flow or Sabisu Capture.
Working with these multiple data sources is now much easier now a single Pipeline caters for multiple ‘routes’; you can take the data you have acquired and manipulate it in many different ways with each having its own output.
A single Pipeline can now supply a suite of reports for a business process, e.g., all the Risk reporting for your Risk Workflow.
We’ve also brought the UX into line with other areas of the platform, with tiles showing each of the Pipeline outputs and replacing the old ‘swim lanes’.
This all adds up to a considerable change, so below we take you through the basics from start to finish. Should you require a more in depth training session please contact us to arrange at a time and date convenient to you.
Navigating to Pipelines
There are two ways to get to Pipelines within the platform.
- On a new page click on the Pipeline option in the centre of the screen.
- You can also find Pipelines in the Workplace menu in the top left corner of Sabisu.
When you create a Pipeline you’ll notice that we’ve removed swim lanes and replaced them with a more user friendly screen. From this screen you can do the following:
- edit/delete a Pipeline
- manage permissions
- add a new item
- copy a pipeline
- publish to a page/workplace
Multiple Sets of Data
You can now add multiple items to a Pipeline, for example you could add a chart and table to a single Pipeline where previously you would have been required to create multiple pipelines. You can also configure the data differently for each item you add to the Pipeline, e.g., have one chart showing quantities sold per month and another showing the income per month.
We’re always interested in hearing from you with any comments or suggestions, feel free to get in touch.