Move from Insight to Action with Interactive Self-service Dashboards

Dashboards are an important tool in the business analytics arsenal for midsize companies, as they enable managers to measure performance against key performance indicators (KPIs). Yet all dashboards are not created equal. Discover the essential characteristics of successful dashboards, and learn about solutions that provide well-designed dashboards that can help your company measure, manage, and optimize performance.
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BlueNET Technologies Demo: Using Interactive Dashboards with IBM Cognos Express

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See how a yacht chartering company can analyze its revenue and reservations using interactive dashboards. Read More

Attain Insight Solutions Demo: Better Resource Management with IBM Cognos Express

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See how a governmental agency can improve its fisheries resource management with interactive, map-based dashboards, reports, and analysis. Read More

Change++ Demo: Using Interactive Dashboards with IBM Cognos Express

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See how a hotel finance manager can gain new business insights using interactive dashboards to improve performance. Read More

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