Data Analytics

APIs - the Unsung Legends of Dundas BI

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.

How to Deploy Dundas BI Using Docker Containers

In this video, our product trainer, Mark, walks you through how to get Dundas BI up and running with Docker.

All About Control Charts

Six Sigma Control Charts are a statistical tool used to determine if a process is in a state of control or not.

The Secrets of Cloud and On-Premise BI You Need to Know

When it comes to Business Intelligence, there are a few methods available today for hosting the software.

Rose Charts: A Rosy Take on Formula Visualizations in Dundas BI

Rose Charts are a very niche data visualization and something that you may have never seen before. Does your BI Tool support custom or exotic chart types?

How to Structure Excel Data to Maximize Your BI Proof of Concept

Data in Excel can be a formatting disaster, and there are specific guidelines you should follow when using Excel as a data source for a business intelligence (BI) tool.

Metric Sets 101 A Crash Course in Understanding Metric Sets in Dundas BI

What is a metric set? Metric sets are a core concept in Dundas BI and are often confused with visualizations.

Everything You Need to Know About State Indicators

In this video, our trainer, Mark, shows you everything you need to know about States - what they are and why we use them.

Exploring The Total Cost Of Ownership Of Business Intelligence

If you're looking to take your first step into the world of business intelligence (BI), you're probably interested in knowing what it costs.

8 New Features In Dundas BI Version 8

Say hello to Dundas BI Version 8, the most powerful, highest performing version of Dundas BI to date.

The 5 Analytics Features You Seriously Want In A Business Intelligence Software

Not every business intelligence software is capable of delivering exactly what you need, and if you’re serious about doing what’s best for your data, then you’ll seriously want to ensure these 5 analytics features are present.

On-The-Fly Data Modeling With Dundas BI

Data modeling is the tasks/activities required to prepare data before it can be used for reporting and business intelligence activities.

6 Must-Have Functionality In Your Business Intelligence Software

In order to solve real business problems, you need a business intelligence software that provides exceptional data exploration capabilities.

Why Business Intelligence Is Critical To Your Business

Business intelligence keeps everyone, and everything, connected in your business. Enterprises are swimming in oceans of data and BI helps them analyze their data, deliver exceptional reporting and analytics experiences, and make critical business decisions

Augmented analytics: Not just for big data, but better data

Augmented analytics will allow users to see connections they didn’t think to look for. Unlike humans, algorithms don’t have biases or preconceived notions. They connect all the dots. And that will open the door to unexpected insights—helping businesses gain a unique competitive advantage.

8 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Business Intelligence Software Demo

Here are 8 tips for how potential BI buyers can make the most out of their business intelligence software demonstrations.

Beyond Sticker Price: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence

Accurately calculate the total cost of ownership of business intelligence and data analytics. Put an end to blind decision-making based on sticker price.

How to Aid Data Discovery with Data Flow

Data flow is the ability to visualize existing relationships or add your own relationships between tables in your data. 

How Analytics Offers A Single Source Of Truth For Crisis Management

Businesses can make better decisions amid uncertainty and fear - and rapidly adapt and adjust to changes in real-time - by using facts and data as the driving force behind decision-making.

3 Reasons Why Business Intelligence Is Needed Now More Than Ever

The time for business intelligence is now. Close the gap and surpass your competitors, become more efficient, and ensure a positive bottom line, regardless of the current global climate.

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