Exivity incorporates a flexible field-configurable extractor component which enables integration with virtually any end-point. As long as network connectivity is available, consumption, lookup and other data can be extracted for subsequent processing. This approach means that extractors for custom data sources can be created with little effort.
Exivity ships with a powerful ETL engine which empowers you to normalise, enrich and apply business logic. This enables the automation of complex billing rules resulting in streamlined workflows.
Additionally, it is possible to create custom services that can supplement or replace those defined in the original collected data. Custom services can also be used to create charges for activities such as vulnerability scanning, SLA levels, working hours and other chargeable items that are not explicitly represented in the raw usage data.
Our responsive, modern interface provides graphical and textual reports out-of-the-box. Graphical reports are interactive, providing filtering and drill-down controls. Invoice-style reports present the final charges in a printer and customer-friendly format.
Exivity provides Role Based Access Controls in order to allow access to the reporting interface for your internal and/or external customers such that any user can only see data they have been granted access to. Thus multiple users can be created, each having fine-grained access to subsets of the data in the system.
In addition to extracting from external data sources we can also push data back to them. This is useful for requirements such as the exporting of charge information resulting from Exivity's internal processing to an ERP system, the pushing of raw usage data into a Self Service portal or any number of other use cases.
These features also accessible via a REST API, which also allows you to pull the data into any other system for further processing.
Exivity can run as an on premises software solution or we can deliver it as a service from a public EU data centre or cloud location. To scale to very large data volumes multiple instances of Exivity can be deployed to distribute the overall workload, the final results being pushed to a central location for reporting purposes.