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Dashboards 101

5 Down & Dirty Tips for Clean Data Dashboards

Data dashboards are only successful if the data within it organized, clean and accurate. So we’ve synced up with our awesome staff and customers to gather their top clean data tips for dashboards. 1.     Check for duplicates “Clean data does…

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Big News for Big Data in 2015

  With a growing number of organizations using multiple data sources as part of their daily business, 2015 is quickly becoming the year of “Big Data.” Growth is the only certainty; terabytes are now small change compared to the petabytes…

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Practice What You ‘Product Preach’: How iDashboards Uses iDashboards

After our highly successful Users Conference in Nashville last month, I am just in awe at all of the incredible ideas and purposes our customers have for iDashboards. Our customers have such creative and innovative ideas on how to best…

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New Features, New Product Fun with v8.5 Release

iDashboards v8.5 is about to be released! New product releases are a big deal when you work at a software development company (around here, we are now saying ‘8.5!’). Many tasks need to be managed, executed and held to a…

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Beware of Scale Bias – and Prevent It with Interactive Intelligence

On the road, I often see some amazing dashboard designs. Sometimes when we make charts and graphs though, we combine too much information into one chart. I regularly see charts that have measurements of many items against one X axis.…

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A New Way to Drilldown Hierarchies through Input Parameters

As a consultant for iDashboards, I work with customers to help build their dashboard solutions. Along the way, they never cease to surprise me with creative new challenges and ideas for their dashboard designs. During one of my recent trips,…

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Code Red

The cover of the March 10, 2014 issue of the TIME magazine was called “Code Red”. The cover story announces: “How an unlikely group of high-tech wizards revived President Obama’s troubled HealthCare.gov website.” As the topic, Affordable Care Act or…

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Limitations: Misunderstood

Limits can be subject to mathematic calculations, sequence, function, time, space, speed, weight, age, scientific, engineering, legal, technical, language, emotional… Some limitations are subject to personal or technical capability, such as earning potential or hard drive space.  Over time, however,…

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Getting Down to the Nitty-Gritty

On my daily commute, after one of Michigan’s most brutal winters, I have the opportunity to encounter multiple pot holes. Those nasty, alignment-altering holes that go deeper and deeper from the surface until they get to the nitty-gritty layer that…

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Foreclosing on Past Due Reporting

In a time of fast membership growth and even faster growing regulations, it’s more important now than ever for credit unions to get a handle on their KPIs and metrics. With dashboards, understanding KPIs and metrics is far faster and…

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