Citi® Reporting & Analytics Tools
An industry leader, with unparalleled global capabilities and a reputation for innovation, Citi leads the field in consolidating transaction data on a global basis with our proprietary Citi® Global Data Repository (GDR). Citi's GDR merges transaction data from 65 countries to provide our Customers with a truly global reporting and analysis system for improved program reporting, analysis, and management.
By simply logging onto Citi's global on-line portal, CitiManager®, customers can access a suite of user-friendly, tailor-made, online tools and reports. All of Citi's reports and files can integrate seamlessly with enterprise financial systems to deliver the most robust data available, helping customers make smarter, faster business decisions.
Citi® Custom & Standard Reporting:
A powerful multi-lingual web-based application that takes customers' reporting capabilities to a higher level, providing a superior-quality business intelligence engine to support the need for consolidated global, regional and card-level information. This easy-to-use application enables customers to leverage Citi's standard reports or create customized reports from over 600 data elements. For more information, click here.
Citi® Program Dashboard:
Built from Citi's essential travel and purchasing standard reports, the Program Dashboard provides a dynamic, graphical presentation of key account and transaction information based on user-driven parameters and key performance indicators. This sophisticated tool was designed to complement Citi's cutting-edge reporting capabilities and maximize program impact. For more information, click here.
Citi® Program Audit Tool:
Citi's web-based card activity monitoring and reporting application allows customers to quickly and easily identify suspicious transactions or transactions that do not comply with an organization's policies, or card misuse. To ensure appropriate compliance and accountability, simply tailor the parameters within the tool's comprehensive standard rule set to meet program specific needs and policies by defining what transactions are to be considered "out-of-program". For more information, click here.