Velocity is able to “absorb” EUC files and Excel models without data modeling or programming. This both preserves the flexibility of the application and speeds the EUC transformation deployment process. Users can then access the transformed digital app through an Excel browser that preserves the existing process models and intellectual property.
Upon transformation with Velocity, Excel now becomes a user-downloadable, controlled, role-based application that acts no differently than a web browser. It is enhanced with Excel’s powerful application features available in the browser when in use. Upon close, the file is deleted, and the data is wiped clean on the desktop with it. No saving, no copy-paste, no sharing the data. The “single version of the truth” for the data is kept securely on the Boardwalk Digital Ledger server.
Once transformed, the Boardwalk Digital Ledger platform is now capturing data that was previously inaccessible from the files and emails where it is typically housed; and this provides a new data source for data governance and analytics.