In this video, we cover some of the many ways that Dundas BI can be customized to allow for genuinely enterprise-level security.
Embedded Business Intelligence is the integration of reports, dashboards, and even self-service content inside an application. Learn how to embed Dundas BI in a third-party web page.
By leveraging state indicators, dashboard designers can contextualize analysis, change user’s behaviors, communicate critical information quickly, and enhance the user experience.
The map control/data visualization in Dundas BI is so extensive that it could very well be a product onto itself.
Learn the basics and benefits of multitenancy in Dundas BI
Use Dundas BI to create interactive dashboards using several techniques available to you!
I’m going to give you a crash course in data aggregation and will use Dundas BI – our fully programmable, end-to-end business intelligence platform – to explain it and share a few examples.
Give Sales managers a dashboard that empowers them to drill into and diagnose performance issues based on the numerous activities that lead to opportunity creation their Sales teams partake in and allow them to discover new ways to grow future revenues.
Self-service is more than giving users full creation capabilities. Tools like the Slicer Comparison in Dundas BI go a long way in balancing the need for self-service vs. creating a usable system for your users.
The best way to build and facilitate a Sales culture – one that rewards hard work and recognizes tangible successes – is by visualizing the status of all Sales activities using real-time dashboards.
Learn how to 'flatten the curve' using log scales in Dundas BI
Dashboard design is as important as the data itself. If you want to evoke emotion and keep your users coming back for more, you'll want to incorporate these four dashboard design tips.
Data flow is the ability to visualize existing relationships or add your own relationships between tables in your data.
Real users of Dundas BI offer their personal opinions on how business intelligence has enhanced their remote work experience for themselves and their teams.
Save time by learning the ins-and-outs of applying pre-built styles (or your own styles you've created) to your dashboards in Dundas BI.
Most people think that templates only exist to provide a common starting point from which to design dashboards, often with a focus on colors and images.
Outliers can cause serious problems when analyzing data. Leverage interquartile range computations in Dundas BI to help you work with outliers by either hiding or removing them.
Analyzing and making sense of large volumes of raw data is dizzying. By using Heat Map Charts, you can leverage color variety and intensity to visualize and examine complex, multi-variate data easily!
The Heat Map Chart is a new visualization in Dundas BI that allows for quick storytelling and pattern recognition. It helps to illuminate trends in your data that you never even knew existed.
Learn why you should build a custom navigation experience in your business intelligence solution and how the new Menu Control in Dundas BI will help increase user adoption.