Dundas BI is the most extendable BI platform available today - a bold statement. Join us as we tell the story of how the history of Dundas Data Visualization directly leads to this being true.
In this video, our product trainer, Mark, walks you through how to get Dundas BI up and running with Docker.
Six Sigma Control Charts are a statistical tool used to determine if a process is in a state of control or not.
When it comes to Business Intelligence, there are a few methods available today for hosting the software.
Learn the basics and benefits of multitenancy in Dundas BI
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the move to a full 'work from home' environment is a reality for many. Learn how data analytics can help both workers and managers operate remotely without a hitch.
You need to consider different backup strategies when it comes to delivering enterprise-quality Business Intelligence and Data Analytics.
Every Business Intelligence and Data Analytics tool uses the idea of aggregation when expressing data in visualizations, and it's a concept you need to understand in order to use them.
When the economy is in a downturn, we need to make sure that we’ve battened down the hatches and become as efficient as we can be. Business Intelligence is the key to keeping your business on track
How do Business Intelligence activities lead to a Return on Investment (ROI)? Struggling to justify the implementation and software costs of a Business Intelligence solution?
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.
Context and communication are vital when it comes to providing good visualizations to your users. Leverage annotations to better understand what your data is telling you.
If you’re evaluating a BI tool, you need to make sure that the tool you choose will be able to grow and expand as your requirements grow and expand. Flexibility is paramount to meeting your needs
A poor database can be the bane of a BI project. Let’s talk about the problems that databases can have, and how a unique data layer like what Dundas BI offers can solve these problems.
Most BI tools aren't flexible enough to meet your requirements. Let's dive into why flexibility is so important and why a business intelligence tool being easy to use simply isn’t enough.
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’re going to tell you the most critical factors in ensuring your business intelligence project is a success, and what common pitfalls to avoid when implementing a solution.
Dashboards and reports are often used interchangeably, however, there are distinct differences between the two. We examine those differences and offer recommendations for when each should be used.
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.
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!