We’re excited to announce our largest product release yet! There are several updates in the latest version of Dandi, including a completely revamped user interface, many more methods of employee segmentation, ability to analyze the intersection of diversity attributes, and a comprehensive custom report builder. All of this results in a faster and easier method to obtain and analyze your DEI analytics, and track progress towards your goals.
The latest feature updates are broken down below by the various sections, and linked to their respective support articles.
The new logged in home page now includes overview tables that provide high-level exportable DEI reports based upon the most recent month’s data pull. These are often used by HR teams for executive reporting purposes. The table format used to display the data allows for quick visual analysis and comparisons.
Learn more about Home and DEI executive reporting here.
Discover surfaces reports that are selected by Dandi’s algorithms, which are likely areas you’ll want to focus on. These are based upon statistical analyses that identify outliers and include employee segment size in the ranking prioritization.
Learn more about discovering DEI insights here.
Pins are reports saved by you and other administrators that are accessible by all administrators in your account. They provide an easy way to access reports that are focus areas for your company to track your progress over time.
Learn more about tracking your DEI efforts here.
Explore is a robust and comprehensive report creator for DEI analytics. It provides data visualizations at many levels of organizational analysis, with the ability to segment and compare by diversity and employee attributes. This enables an efficient method for root-cause analyses of D&I gaps across the entire employee lifecycle.
Learn more about generating your custom DEI reports here.
Employee level reports include the list of employees that make up a specific segment within a report in Dandi. These reports are extremely valuable, as they are typically analyzed as the last step in a root-cause analysis workflow. They allow you to identify specific employees, which you can then use to make appropriate decisions for your DEI efforts.
Learn more about accessing employee-level reporting here.