Inside Dundas BI Newsletter - Perfecting Your Tabular Data Display - Measuring Your Solution Adoption - Ultimate Guide to Embedded Analytics and more - News and Press

Published: April 30 2018

Helping You Get the Most Out of Dundas BI                                            April 2018

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Perfecting Your Tabular Data Display

Even though tabular data display, or in other words data tables, are often not considered as advanced as more graphical visualizations such as charts/gauges/maps, they are often a good choice to display data in a useful manner and are still very popular among all reporting solutions. To that extent, Dundas BI offers many options to help users when trying to consume and interact with data tables. These include the value changes animation, custom groups, freezing total rows/columns and many other styling configurations, all designed to elevate the user experience.

Measuring Your Solution Adoption

Usage tracking allows you to better understand who your most active users are and what they are after. This can then help you define what needs to be enhanced in the solution to attract more users and further improve the user experience for the existing active users. With the Dundas BI usage tracking dashboard, doing “BI on BI” to better understand your deployment ROI and find new opportunities for improvement is a simple matter. Simply add the usage tracking sample to your instance and start tracking your users' adoption.   

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The Ultimate Guide to Embedded Analytics

Keys to Product Selection and Implementation

Get this comprehensive guide to succeeding with embedded anayltics by leading BI and analytics research firm, the Eckerson Group. This report walks readers through defining an embedded analytics project, build vs. buy scenarios, selecting an embedded product, and building and sustaining the application. It describes everything from types of embedding to what to look for in a commercial analytics product. You can download the full report from our website and get access to the other Eckerson reports from this Embedded Analytics series. 

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How to Operationalize Your Machine Learning Models with Dundas BI

So you’ve spent time gathering data, analyzing it, choosing a machine learning algorithm, training a model and you now finally hold the key to predicting your future (at least from the data point of view). But what’s next. How can you take this machine learning model and integrate it with your BI platform so your prediction model can be used in your on-going decision making process in an automated fashion? In other words, how can you operationalize your model and apply it to new data coming through your applications like all other data analyzed through your BI system.


How Rental One Replaced Complex Excel-Based Processes with Robust Analytics

Excel works until it doesn’t, and for Rental One, it simply stopped working. This paved the way for the acquisition of a Business Intelligence solution that would make millions of rows of data highly accessible across the entire organization, and allow store managers and executives to make key decisions based on accurate information.

We also have several other case studies available so you can see exactly how other organizations have used Dundas BI to their advantage.

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