gather360 for data suppliers

gather360 for data suppliers

An introduction to the basics of gather360, for data suppliers that have been invited to join a workspace.

Welcome to gather360

If you've recently received an invitation to join a workspace, start here to learn more about what gather360 is, and how your organisation can use it to securely and efficiently exchange data with partners. This article is a great starting point to learn about the basics of gather360, and we've included some helpful links to more information below.

About gather360

gather360 is a cloud data workspace that helps businesses exchange and prepare data faster. We help businesses speed up the process of sourcing and processing data, without compromising on quality.

What are the benefits of using gather360?

gather360 makes it easy to share data between organisations and departments in a quick, efficient and secure manner. We do this in three ways:

  1. We clearly communicate data requirements

  2. We make it easy to provide data by offering a range of input methods

  3. We flag potential issues with data for quick resolution

Is gather360 secure to upload data?

gather360 operates as a single, secure SaaS cloud environment. We process and store data directly on the workspace owner's cloud infrastructure, and work with a team of specialists to ensure we can provide our customers with the assurance they need that their data and information is safe and secure.

We meet ISO 27001 security standards, and our API and application endpoints are TLS/SSL only and score an “A” rating on Qualys SSL Labs‘ tests. All data activities that take place on gather360 are logged in a secure Audit ID.

What do I need to do as a data supplier?

As a data supplier, you will be asked to provide data in to the organisation that owns the gather360 workspace that you have been invited to.

Workspace owners will use gather360 to request data from your organisation in a quick, efficient way. When a request for data is created, the gather360 system will email you to inform you that data is required, and will provide all the information you need to provide that data via the gather360 workspace, and minimises time-consuming back and forth correspondence via email.

I have received a request for data, what does this mean?

When a supplier is nominated to upload data, you will receive an email from gather360 informing you that a new request for data from your client. This request includes a due date is when the data is required by.

When a data request is received, you can log in to gather360 workspace to upload data in response to this request. There are two options to upload data:

  1. A manual file upload (CSV, json, or Excel file)

  2. An automated upload (API or Script Upload)

You can find more details on how to upload data here.

Managing data requests

Many suppliers are asked to submit one or multiple data submissions at one time - this can mean that you have multiple requests for data.

You can view all the current requests for data from your organisation by clicking your open data requests on the ‘data request’ heading. This section informs you of the current and upcoming requests for data from your organisation; who has requested it; and when it is due by amongst other information.

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