Severin Willig is working as a Senior Associate in the Data & Analytics team at PwC GmbH WPG.
Severin Willig has several years of experience in SAP BW implementation projects, his focus is on frontend technologies. He is specialized in Reporting, especially with SAP Analytics Cloud, SAP Design Studio and SAP Lumira. In the recent past he also gained comprehensive knowledge in Zebra BI for Microsoft Power BI. He supports the implementation of BI strategies where IBCS® is asked for more frequently by clients now. Furthermore, he applies the IBCS® Standards internally, for example by restructuring the global Reporting.
IBCS® Certified Consultant
Severin Willig has successfully completed the IBCS® certification for successful design of reports and presentations at the HICHERT+FAISST IBCS Institute in November 2020.
Market size in a Ggobal pipeline market
The report shows the market size in the global pipeline market in both absolute and relative terms. The reader can immediately see in the upper diagram that the market is expected to grow until 2020. Likewise, the reader can directly record and classify the shares of the individual pipeline products using the lower diagram.
This is the original before applying IBCS ...
... and this is the make-over.
Performance analysis of a reporting unit
This report displays the performance analysis of a reporting unit in a consulting company.
BEFORE applying IBCS: The most important analysis key figures (net revenue, utilization and FTE) are shown both in tabular form and in charts.
The MAKE-OVER shows only three charts (for better display here shown in three pictures). On the first chart you can see the net revenue as well as the net revenue/h the deviations at a glance. Highlighted figures are commented.
In the second chart performed hours are split into internal and external (chargeable) hours and displayed in a stacked way. Additionally, chargeable hours are shown by FTE as well.
In the third chart FTE are displayed in their individual hierarchical levels as a stacked chart. The two utilization figures (Utilization 1 and Utilization 2) can be directly recorded by the reader and put into context. Important explanations are attached as comments.