Business Intelligence Basics
This stream is your guide to basic BI concepts. We'll dispel common BI myths, explore core business intelligence concepts, and cover the basics of BI.
Quick Guide to Getting Started with Dundas BI
The only thing that rivals the size of Dundas BI, is the number of resources we have to help you master it and become more data-driven.
KPI 101 - The Basics
In this video, we talk about some of the key terminologies around Key Performance Indicator (KPI) theory. We will discuss definitions, identification, and some tips on using KPIs.
The Different Types of Users in Dundas BI
Whether you are a consumer, an analyst, or an advanced developer, Dundas BI offers something for everyone.
Quick Tip: How to Measure Data that is Wildly Different
Dundas BI offers many techniques that can help you better understand your data (regardless of how wildly different it might be).
Questions to Ask When Evaluating the Flexibility of a BI Tool
In this video, we take a look at the questions you should be asking BI vendors during your BI evaluation to ensure that they are flexible in all areas of the application.
Drill-Down vs. Drill-Through
Put down that thesaurus! In this video, we cover the differences between the business intelligence terms, “drill-down” and “drill-through”, and how you can implement each.
Webinar - Selecting the Right KPIs for BI and Dashboard Success
Presented by Troy Marchand, President and CEO, Dundas Data Visualization. How to select the right Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Metrics for your BI and Dashboard / Reporting project success.
5 Ways Sales Can Use Business Intelligence to Impact Revenue
When companies are looking to invest in a new business intelligence platform, it’s often the Sales department that’s leading the way. In this video, we talk about Sales, metrics, and how a business in
Why Business Intelligence Projects Fail
Just because a high number of business intelligence projects fail, doesn’t mean yours has to as well. In this video, we’re going to tell you the most critical factors in ensuring your BI project is a
Why Does Flexibility Matter in a Business Intelligence Tool?
Let's dive into why flexibility is so important and why a business intelligence tool being easy to use simply isn’t enough.
Dundas BI FAQs
How is Dundas different from other BI vendors? How much does Dundas cost? Is Dundas BI the most flexible BI platform in the world? These are great questions, and ones we're going to answer today.
Dashboards vs. Reports
What are the differences between dashboards and reports? Aren’t they the same thing? Well, a lot of people use the two terms interchangeably, but in business intelligence, there are very distinct diff
How Does Licensing Work?
We’ll cover the different license types in Dundas BI and how they can impact your bottom line.
Use Your Dashboards to Tell a Story
When someone says, “business intelligence”, what usually comes to mind are dashboards and reports. But did you know that you can use business intelligence tools to tell stories and give presentations?
How to Effectively Use Color in Dashboards
How to use color to highlight what's important on your dashboard, some best practices for the use of color, plus a few other helpful tips.
The Benefits of Visualizing Data
By using data visualizations, you’ll be able to drive instant decision-making, which will lead to better results.
Business Intelligence vs. Excel
Excel is undeniably the single most popular data analytics tool in the world. But is it always the right tool for the job? That’s the million-dollar question!
Self-Service on a Silver Platter
Explore the differences between self-service and silver-service and provide some alternative methods of providing users with self-service capabilities. Sometimes less is more.
What's the Deal with Embedded Analytics?
So, what IS the deal with embedded analytics? Well, in this video I'm going to give you a great definition, and I'm also going to let you know why a lot of people are doing it wrong!
5 Tips for Getting Started with Dundas BI
5 tips that'll help get you started as a new user of Dundas BI