In order to have a global reach, app companies end up working with monetization partners all over the world. Collecting revenue reports from these partners can raise issues around time zones and currencies. It can be tricky to ensure that all the data is adjusted properly with respect to time and currency to provide you with a synchronized snapshot of your KPIs. However, Libring is here to help you adjust revenue reports with ease.
It’s fair to wonder how to consolidate and compare data from revenue reports generated all over the world when they are released in different time zones and currencies.
Let’s talk time zones
Time zones are all based off a Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Every other time zone is either adding or subtracting hours from the world time standard. This is a complex component in the data collection process.
At Libring, we deal with more than 130 worldwide networks generating reports in different time zones and in 180 different currencies. So we’ve designed a flexible solution to give our clients an accurate view of their monetization performance. No matter when they access the system nor their time zone. Basically, we make sure to adjust revenue reports to match your companies time zone.
What happens when all this data is reported in different currencies?
Well, you are in good hands if you use Libring. Every day we collect the exchange rate information from a recognized source. Then we automatically perform the exchange for each currency daily. This will enable you to instantly see all your reports, correctly, in one common currency.
Here at Libring we work hard to save you time and headaches. We take care of every detail to help you make better decisions using your data. Making sure we adjust revenue reports accurately to a common time zone and put them in one common currency is just two of the many things we do to help our customers have an easier and faster monetization experience.