Dundas BI is a state-of-the-art business intelligence platform for building and using interactive dashboards, reports, scorecards, and more. You can deploy Dundas BI as the central data portal for your organization, or integrate it into an existing website as part of a custom or embedded BI solution.
Related video: Introduction to Dundas BI
Key Benefits and Features
Self-Serve Business Intelligence
Dundas BI gives you the ability to create your own reports, run ad-hoc queries, and perform data analysis, all without having to involve your organization's technical or IT staff. From the interactive designer screen in Dundas BI, you can easily explore available data sources and use intuitive operations to arrange dashboard, report, or scorecard views of your data. For further analysis, you can apply formulas to data using a familiar scripting interface. Smart defaults and automatic data preparation are used throughout Dundas BI to provide a streamlined workflow, which means there are a lot fewer steps needed to progress from your data to desired visuals.
Full API Support
HTML5, Mobile & Touch
ETL Layer & In-Memory Analytics
Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) capability is built directly into Dundas BI via our data cube layer. Simply add transform nodes to a data cube and connect them together to perform data cleansing or join tables sourced from different databases. The output of a data cube can be cached to our internal data warehouse for improved performance. Or, you can build an in-memory analytical model of your data to enable even faster results for analytical queries.
Administration & Configuration
Dundas BI provides a flexible data security model which includes support for multi-tenant / SaaS deployment. For scalability, load balancing is supported through the use of application and data processing server groups. Application configuration can also be performed in Dundas BI without having to log in directly on the server, making it easier to administer the system and perform tasks such as changing configuration settings or adding a new license.
- Video: Introduction to Dundas BI
- Understanding the Dundas BI data model
- Design overview
- Dundas BI Viewer Integration Sample