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Smart Cities: Data Visualization in Local Government

Data visualization isn’t just for businesses, journalism, and nonprofits; it’s a tool that government at all levels can use to track data, communicate metrics, and better serve citizens. Local government in particular can make great use of big data and…

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Why Your Startup Needs Dashboards

Dashboards: The Successful Startup’s Secret Weapon Nobody said entrepreneurship was going to be easy. Business planning, product development, building a team, developing marketing collateral… there’s a lot that goes into getting your business off the ground. While you surely anticipated…

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The Importance of Open Government

In 2009 President Obama, as his first decision as President of the United States, issued his first executive order that required agencies to identify and release “high value” data sets. The problem was that many did not release this information.…

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What is The Purpose of a Dashboard?

In today’s big data-driven environment, business dashboards generate a lot of buzz. You’re probably wondering what is the purpose of a dashboard and if it makes sense for your business to use one. Whether you’re a large corporation or a…

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“We’re all mad [about data] here.”

Let’s be honest, you have to be a little “mad” to work with data. It’s an art and a science that not everyone can appreciate working in, but everyone is curious about the final figures. As number crunchers, we may…

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Better Decision Making Through Intuitive Dashboards

As seen in GovCIO Outlook’s April 2016 Issue. The elevation in the availability of data is transforming the way in which government agencies execute their critical decisions. These large sets of data integrated from myriad systems can only be productive…

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The Metric Maze

Dashboards are a potentially powerful new tool for banks and financial institutions. Featured in the BankNews April print issue. In an industry where complex financial data is integral and essential, banks and other financial institutions face formidable information-management challenges. For…

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KDOC Unveils New Interactive Dashboard

  iDashboards allows users to view KDOC statistics in a more user friendly format through visual charts and graphs. Data provided through iDashboards includes: offense characteristics, parole rates and offender demographics.

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Data Doesn’t Know Asset Size: How Dashboards are Helping Small Credit Unions Survive and Thrive

  Approximately 40% of all U.S. credit unions have less than $10 million in assets. The Credit Union National Association recognizes a small credit union as being under $35 million in assets, which makes up about two-thirds of all U.S.…

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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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