Economena offers users not just numbers, but tools for data analysis and manipulation.
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The answer is the Economena User Station: a cutting edge platform containing a huge, centralized database of economic data from 12 MENA countries – both government and private sector information – that is normally spread far and wide and requires no small amount of sleuthing to piece together.The EUS is far more than just a database. Employing a Web-based, user-friendly interface that feels instantly familiar to anyone with enough computer literacy to have used services like Facebook or Gmail, the platform also uses sophisticated charting capabilities to visualize the information, and even allows users to analyze data by applying a large number of complex statistical calculations. It's that evolutionary step, that newness, which has been a dominant theme since Economena launched the EUS at the end of 2014, Kandil explains.Between the company collecting data from sources and delivering it to clients via the EUS, the company subjects the information to a rigorous screening process that involves multiple checks by multiple experts.Clearly, there is a lot of work looming for the men and women of Economena, but the employees seem less daunted and more excited at the prospect.
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