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?
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.
Let’s take a closer look at three forward-thinking enterprises who’ve leveraged analytics to create unique data solutions that lift their businesses and bottom lines.
Business users who frequently work with Excel data will love Dundas BI's ability to automatically detect tables within non-standard Excel files
This is part two of a two-part series on why companies should consider replacing Excel with a Business Intelligence platform for more effective decision making.
Excel is an indispensable tool, however, it simply cannot hold its own in respect to all data processes – especially when it comes to Business Intelligence and Reporting.