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Dashboards 101

Data Visualization Speaks a Language that Traditional Reporting Lacks

During a recent client engagement, at a global network power connectivity supplier, I ran into a common theme, one of which I have experienced many times over – providing visibility, transparency, and insight into their operations.  I was there to…

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Line Charts – Show more than financial data

Trending data can be a great way to predict and analyze the performance of any metric. There are many ways to represent data with a chart. However, the best chart type to display trending values is the line chart. Line…

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Key to Dashboard Success: Storyboarding

Dashboards have become strategic plans for nearly every organization today as a means for monitoring the entire business, used to convey relevant, oftentimes real-time statistical information, pertaining to a dizzying array of metrics and KPIs. Doesn’t it then make sense…

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State of Michigan Rolls Out Online Dashboard

This week, Governor Rick Snyder gave his first State of the State address in Lansing, Michigan. He spoke about change for Michigan and the importance of setting clear, measurable goals. Governor Snyder announced the implementation of the Michigan Dashboard (www.michigan.gov/midashboard).…

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Dashboards Can Improve Student Success

Working within the education vertical at iDashboards, you see common interests for administrators. Whether it’s a K-12 school district Superintendent or a VP of Academic Affairs at a 20,000 student university, the need is consistent. How can we improve student…

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Announcing iDashboards X Platform

iDashboards helps companies leverage information assets through visually rich, real-time, and personalized business intelligence dashboards to analyze, track, and drilldown through a wealth of information. iDashboards continues to provide leading business intelligence dashboard software, with the release of iDashboards X…

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The Benefits of Software as a Service (SaaS)

There seems to be a lot of hype around the term “Software as a Service” these days. Introduced in 1999, SaaS is a model of software deployment where a provider licenses an application to customers for use as a service…

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The Market

There seems to be a lot of confusion in the market about dashboards and the different vendors. A couple general thoughts on how I see the space. There are three general categories in the dashboard space: • The stack provider…

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