At present, cubeSavvy allows for the definition of grids (including their dimensionality, calcs, and so on), and also allows for organizing grids into folders to help organize them for the users. Most likely the folders will be used to organize things along certain steps in a process or around certain operational areas. For the user’s part, they login to cubeSavvy using their browser, and are then presented with a list of grids. Clicking on a grid brings it up with data:
As this is a user-based system with the express intent of soliciting input from users, it’s a simple matter of inputting the data. Just click on a cell and type in a new value. This is pretty much the crux of the cubeSavvy user experience right now: load a grid, dial in the page if needed, see refreshed data, make edits if needed, submit data. Conceptually this is similar to the Planning experience.