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How to Easily Import Your Data Into Perillon

Today, EHS software has become the preferred method for managing regulatory compliance, enterprise risk, and corporate sustainability data. A good EHS software system lets you store tons of information, analyze performance, spot trends and issues, and increase transparency across your organization.

However, the idea of moving all your data into a new system might seem like a daunting task. Many people worry that transferring their data into the new system will take a lot of work, or that their valuable information might get lost or misplaced.

The good news is that moving to Perillon is simple. If you kept track of your EHS information in Excel or another system, you can easily import your existing data into Perillon instead of manually re-entering it. This is especially helpful if you have a large amount of data you want to move into the system.

In this article, we’ll show you how to easily import your data into Perillon, and why you might want to.

First, why import data into Perillon?

If you’re like most companies, you probably have a lot of EHS data stored up from various sources. That can make things tricky when it comes time to compile a regulatory report, or analyze your data to make business decisions. Using Perillon makes it much easier to collect and work with your data. Here are some reasons why companies are moving their data into Perillon:

 

  • All your data in one place: Import all your EHS information into Perillon. You can manage tasks, documents, deadlines, permits, and more.
  • Analyze in dashboards: Once your data is in Perillon, you’ll be able to see all your information displayed in powerful dashboards. Drill down on your most important metrics for deeper insights.
  • Streamlined reporting: Create complex reports in minutes using accurate and up-to-date information. You’ll spend less time jumping between spreadsheets to locate information, and more time on high-value tasks.
  • Standardize the way you collect and manage data: Perillon uses standardized fields to ensure your data stays consistent, no matter who’s entering it. This makes it easy to share data and collaborate across your entire organization.

How to import your data into Perillon

Importing your data into Perillon is a fast and easy process. Our support team is here to help every step of the way. We’ll help you bring your records into Perillon so you can get up and running quickly.

If you use Excel to manage your data, we can easily move the information from your spreadsheets into Perillon. Using data mapping, we match data from your existing records to the corresponding fields in Perillon and upload it to our system. That way, everything ends up in the right place.

If your data is in another EHS software system, it’s usually possible to download the data into a spreadsheet. Otherwise, our support team can help you figure out the best way to extract and migrate the data from your previous system.

To get the best results, there are a few things you can do to prepare your data for import. The last thing you want to do is import messy data into your new system, so it can be a good idea to clean your data. Delete old records or duplicate copies, fill in missing information, and update details so your data is ready for importing. And don’t forget to make a backup copy of your files so you can transfer your data without fear of losing it.

What’s next

As you can see, importing your data into Perillon doesn’t have to be a headache.

After the initial import, there are lots of ways to capture data that will save you time and reduce the need for manual re-keying. For example, you can complete audits and inspections in the field using any smartphone or tablet. Or, you can automatically pull in information from other systems, such as CEMs or production data. You can also export data from Perillon to other systems, such as your financial or ERP system, for analysis and reporting.

Next, check out these 8 things you could be doing with all the time saved by using Perillon.

 

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