When it comes to analytics, there's different ways that you can approach self-service from a business intelligence perspective. You could always assume your users are technical and give them complete control over the software to discover their own insights, build their own content and manipulate data, but what if they aren't?
What if they're less technical, but you still want to give them some control over the dashboards you're building for them?
Well, you're in luck! Here are three analytical capabilities in Dundas BI that you can enable for your users to let them do more with the dashboards that you're creating for them. You'll want to implement these to help your less-technical users further their analysis.
About the Author
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!