This time we won’t present a new 3D-graph and we won’t discuss a specific subject either. The holidays are starting and people are traveling or just taking their rest or the opposite: taking over work from colleagues. Not a good time for a fortnightly update and we will stay silent for a while.
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Last year we demonstrated the power of AnRep3D in different areas. Originally the generator was designed to visualise core data from Annual Reports in comparison (in time and between companies). AnRep3D is the abbreviation of “Annual Reports visualised in 3D”. This blog is only picking subjects I as a writer know about: finance, energy and some odd things like agriculture, telecom and healthcare. For energy the generator could be called EnRep3D: Energy Represented in 3D, but this would need a different manual, not talking about Profit and Total Assets or Equity, but about Fossil fuels, Renewables and CO2-free sources. If customers would like to have such an alternative manual, we are certainly willing to create a parallel package!
At the same time another question rises: in which areas would AnRep3D have added value by visualising data in comparison? For each combination of subject and period (or moment in time), a building will present three or four values at once as height, width and depth. As explained before, the result looks resembles a bird’s eye perspective of Manhattan. Currently we are thinking about a contest, where the most innovative applications (top 3?) of AnRep3D will be rewarded with a full licence for the AnRep3D package.
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In some of the previous blog posts we use the old demo-generator (not needed anymore), to show its capacity (posts for the second half of 2017). If the generator adds business value, we are happy – even if we are not paid for it. Our focus is on companies, as we are a B2B-company ourselves, but then companies can only exist because of their employees or owners, so in the end it’s all about people. We would love to hear your experience and perhaps you are willing to share your results. Please use #AnRep3D when sharing on Twitter. We welcome good ideas.To give you an easy impression of the power of AnRep3D, an animated gif is presented below. Please have a look and think about what the generator might do for your company. In the end it’s all about competitive advantage through innovation, isn’t it?
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