Adding Writeback Capabilities to your Dashboard

August 13, 2019 Jeff Hainsworth

 

Data input and writeback is something fairly unique to Dundas BI and business intelligence tools as a whole. What really sets Dundas BI apart, is just how easy it is to implement your own custom data input features into a dashboard or report.

In this video, we learn how Dundas BI’s data input features can be used, and how to implement them.

 

About the Author

Jeff Hainsworth

Jeff Hainsworth is a Senior Solutions Architect at Dundas Data Visualization with over a decade and a half of experience in Business Intelligence. He has a passion for building, coding and everything visual – you know, shiny things! Check out "Off the Charts... with Jeff", his platform for great content on all things analytics, data visualizations, dashboards, and business intelligence. There’s something for everyone!

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