Founded by Dan Wales and Lawrence Watkins, and established as a full time consulting firm in 2013. DW Reporting is an independent finance systems and reporting consultancy. Specialising in practice/business management software and reporting/BI solutions within the professional services industry. We are based in London, UK and have more than 30 years’ combined industry experience.
Our core areas of service are Finance and IT Consultancy, Financial Reporting and Project Management.
In today's rapidly evolving regulatory and technical environments, we pride ourselves on being able to utilise our in-depth industry knowledge, in order to provide our clients with first-class business and technical consultancy services. Our aim is to help firms work efficiently and effectively through stable, well configured, reliable and accurate IT solutions.
From full life-cycle Project Management, to one-off bespoke financial reports, DW Reporting is able to assist your company to realise and release its practice management system and reporting potential.
With a true blend of both financial and IT backgrounds, we are proficient at translating our clients needs into reality. When finance meets IT, DW Reporting thrives on delivering and exceeding expectations.
Mission Statement: There are many consultancies within the industry - to most of them, you will be no more than a customer. By contrast, our ambition is to become your preferred and trusted partner of choice
White papers & Case studies
- Case Study - Enterprise Law Firm Business Intelligence: DW Reporting assists Sackers LLP in the design and implementation of their next generation business intelligence service
- White Paper - Business Intelligence Today: Law firms need to look at more than financial metrics to understand their business and opportunities for strategic growth
- To download the DW Reporting brochure, click here.
Data: Are you making the most of yourfirm’s key strategic asset?
When you take a moment to think about it, managing your daily life requires an enormous amount of data. From bank details to train times, from your frequent flyer account number to your multitude of passwords for your apps on your ever growing collections of devices.
There is an expectation that the data we rely on in our daily life is accurate, well governed and secure.
In a business environment we talk about the governance of data and business information, but what do we really mean?
Data Governance refers to the overall management of the availability, integrity, usability, and security of the data employed in an enterprise. An initial step in the implementation of an enterprise data governance program involves defining the owners and custodians of the data assets.