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Custom Dashboards

A dashboard is a tool that helps organisations track how they are performing against a given objective. It provides information about Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and metrics. Dashboards often make use of data visualizations as a means of making sense of complex data sets. They help to summarize a situation and helps users quickly draw conclusions on what the data is trying to tell them.

There are 2 popular approaches to creating dashboards. Each delivering a similar outcome to the same problem domain of delivering information from data.

Excel Dashboards

Due to Excels inherent flexibility, it has become one of the most widely used tools for creating dashboards for decades now. Although Excel has come a long way since the days of Lotus 123, its fundamental design philosophy has not changed. Excel's popularity means that users like what it does, providing a high quality platform for data storage, analysis and reporting.

Web Dashboards

Web dashboards take you beyond a file based reporting and address the shortcomings of reporting to multiple users. In addition to this, the solutions are elegant and robust and the quality of output is improved. There is a blog post on how to get up and running with a web dashboard and touches on some of the some of the reasons why you would adopt this approach to reporting.

Intellisolve has worked on a wide range of dashboarding projects, utilizing the latest technology and research on the best way to deliver information.

Dashboarding falls within a larger data analytics project and is involved in delivering information to the business in a way that is both timely and useful.

If we could help deliver a solution, get in touch for an initial consultation. We try to add value starting from the consultation stage suggesting a road map and what to expect.

Where we have done this before

Understanding the business requirement is the key to delivering the right solution.

Our services allow you to hand over the techincal aspects of data management and analysis over to us to help you focus on the business

Statistical Modelling

A statistical model takes the guesswork out of thinking there are patterns in your data. Using a statistical model, you can mathematically prove if there are relationships between elements of a dataset and if so you can assign a number to the degree of the relationship. When you model real world data, relationships are a grey area. There are exceptions to rules due to the complexity of real world interactions. Intellisolve sets up statistical models the same way as financial models, focusing on the business need first and building the model around that.

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