This article will discuss the process of preparing for a successful dashboard implementation.
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There is power in storytelling. As humans, we find purpose in moving people to do great things. We use stories to make sense of things whether it’s giving your friend advice or explaining a business concept to your coworker. Well-designed dashboards tell a meaningful story with data in the form of charts, graphs, and scorecards that exhibit trends, opportunities and challenges with key performance indicators (KPIs) for your organization. Many software implementations can be difficult, and only a few companies today achieve “perfect” software implementations on their first try. If you are reading this article because your company recently purchased a dashboard tool or if you are wanting to invest in one, don’t feel discouraged. I’m here to help. In this article, we will discuss preparing for your first dashboard implementation.
This article will focus on dashboard tips and tricks that enable organizations to understand their company data better for stronger decision-making.
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All companies, no matter the size, benefit from Business Intelligence (BI). Of all BI tools, dashboards are often seen as a top priority especially to Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and other executives. According to Software Advice, a comparison site for Business Intelligence tools, dashboards, scorecards, and performance management software are priority number one for today’s financial executives. Dashboards provide quickly accessible, easily digestible analytics. It is an overview of your key information at a glance. Data Visualizations are graphs, charts, and scorecards that showcase data trends, opportunities, and challenges with key performance indicators (KPIs) for departments, projects, and/or the entire corporation. Making wise decisions is crucial for every organization because it heavily weighs on the company’s performance and condition, but just because an organization uses a dashboard, doesn’t mean it will be successful. In this article, we will focus on why a simple dashboard layout is typically the best kind of dashboard layout.
This article will discuss top features and functionalities you should be seeking in today’s business user friendly dashboard solutions for professional sports teams using Microsoft Dynamics GP.
You’ve probably noticed or heard that dashboard software is really popular in the Business Intelligence (BI) arena these days. Additionally, Gartner’s recent study on CFO technology priorities concluded that dashboards, scorecards, and performance management tools are number one for financial executives today. Professional sports teams are typically relying on dashboards in terms of athlete performance anyway, so BI dashboard analytics are a logical extension of easy-to-digest, quickly accessible analyses. Dashboards or charts, graphs, and scorecards that showcase data trajectories, successes, and challenges with key performance indicators (KPIs), whether you are looking at off-season plans, investments, payroll, or the overall financial picture of your professional sports team.
This article will explore key considerations in regard to features and functionality you should be looking for in a modern, easy-to-use retail dashboard tool for your Microsoft Dynamics NAV experience.
You’re probably not surprised when you hear that dashboards are at the top of the list of most popular Business Intelligence (BI) solutions on the market today. Gartner did a study in 2013 on Financial Executive International CFO Technology, which delivered the conclusion that dashboards, scorecards, and performance management solutions are the top priority for today’s executives. Modern retail business culture is more fast-paced than ever, and dashboards deliver quickly digestible and accessible analytics. Dashboards are graphs, charts, and scorecards that illustrate data trends, successes, and problem areas with key performance indicators (KPIs), whether you are looking at a store, region, product, one corporate department in particular, or the whole company.