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.
Building an In-Memory Data Cube in Dundas BI can significantly increase your data performance.
Data modeling is the tasks/activities required to prepare data before it can be used for reporting and business intelligence activities.
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.
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
Data flow is the ability to visualize existing relationships or add your own relationships between tables in your data.
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.
Filters are amazing because they allow both content creators and users to have some control over what they are seeing on dashboards. Let’s dive into how parameters work and how to utilize them.
In this video, we will talk about some of the different types of ETL problems that can be solved with the Dundas BI Data Cube layer in the context of Data Preparation.
In Data Visualization, treemapping is a great method to allow for the visualization of hierarchical data using rectangles. Let's explore what the treemap can do and how to build one using Dundas BI
Localization is the ability to adapt to various languages and cultural formatting requirements in software. We look at how this applies to Business Intelligence and Dundas BI specifically.
With Dundas BI, you literally can do ANYTHING! 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.
This video aims to provide a brief overview of the differences between the different types of users of Dundas BI; from consumers to analysts to advanced developers.
You need to actively monitor everything from usage to performance in order to keep track of business intelligence project objectives and ensure your content is still relevant to your users.
Whether you are a consumer, an analyst, or an advanced developer, Dundas BI offers something for everyone. Explore the different types of users in Dundas BI and best practices when working with each.
We’ll cover the different license types in Dundas BI and how they can impact your bottom line.
Dundas BI offers a structure called a Data Cube. The Data Cube allows you to prepare data, transform that data, store it, and add performance as necessary.
5 tips that'll help get you started as a new user of Dundas BI