Workscope is an early-stage start-up on a mission to help organisations observe and manage the shadow-IT landscape. Our data-insights enable organisations to understand how their teams use applications, consume data and create digital assets. By doing this, we provide a layer of transparency and a toolkit to enable leaders to analyse internal processes, take targeted action to address operational risks, and ultimately optimise internal operations.
We have sustained passion for achieving long-term goals and have had some amazing support along the way. We are alumni of the LBS Incubator and several other leading accelerators, including FCA Sandbox, Accenture Fintech Lab, ING Lab Brussels, Mass Challenge & Microsoft Accelerator. Our technology is currently running in global banks, and we are working alongside several global consultancies.
Our mission is to build a category-leading solution that solves the enterprise problems of today by combining data mining, machine learning, insights and workflows. We are just getting started and we want to assemble a team that is fixated on building a customer-centric product and have the ambition, grit and determination to deliver on this ambition. If you are looking for a challenge, check our open roles and apply!
Yes! Workscope partners with several technology and consulting companies.
If you want us to work with one your existing providers, or if you are interested in partnering with Workscope, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Workscope's unparalleled discovery capabilities allow you to identify spreadsheets across your enterprise in real-time, providing several notable advantages, such as:
✔ Continuous, real-time discovery
✔ Uncomprmised file detection
✔ Risk & business impact insights
✔ Third-party data lineage
✔ Usage & ROI metrics
✔ Cloud & O365 readiness insights
EUC management refers to managing end-user computing applications created and maintained by business units without robust IT controls. EUCs are not managed and developed in an environment that employs robust IT controls, making them susceptible to IT risks.
In most organisations, spreadsheets are the most widely used EUC, but they can also include databases, queries, scripts, and other analytics tools. Methods for managing EUCs can include implementing policies, procedures, and automated technology tools, like Workscope.
Yes. Workscope will analyse VBA contained within spreadsheets. The VBA will be analysed for errors and bad practices. Results are returned in a manner that makes it very quick to pinpoint and resolve issues that exist within the spreadsheet.
No. Workscope is designed to work with spreadsheets of any size. A file can be 1MB, 100MB, or more, and Workscope will analyse the spreadsheet for all of the required checks.
End-user computing refers to computer systems and platforms in which non-programmers can create working computer applications. Examples of end-user computing applications include spreadsheets, MATLAB, Python, PowerPoint, Word, and Microsoft Access.
The term End-User Computing or EUC is often referred to by using slightly different acronyms. For example, some firms refer to a EUC as a Business-Critical User Applications (BCUA), End-User Computing Application (EUDA), End-User Developed Application (EUDA), or User-Developed Application (UDA). All these different terms used to describe an end-user computing application essentially refers to the same thing and can be used interchangeably.