Move from Insight to Action with Interactive Self-service Dashboards

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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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Understanding Reverse Logistics in Field Service Management

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This white paper defines reverse logistics as it relates to aftermarket service, describes how it differs from forward logistics, and then discusses the difficulties inherent in selecting and using enterprise software to facilitate reverse logistics and repair processes including warranty repair, original equipment manufacturer (OEM) repair and handling return material authorizations (RMAs) from distributors. Download the paper. Read More

Reaping the Benefits of Next-generation Dashboards

The old approaches for collecting, assimilating, and delivering business intelligence (BI) data have not kept pace with today’s increasing demand for rapid decision making. Many companies use static reports and ad hoc queries, but fewer companies use dashboards and portals—which often lack the interactivity required for navigation and visualization of business data. Learn how a next-generation dashboard solution can help. Read More

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