Most companies use dashboards to keep track of their activity. However, most dashboards only display data and information and do not provide insights. This article explains how to fix that and how to make your dashboards useful.
Nowadays, almost all companies use dashboards to visually represent and track the performance of their business activity. Dashboards are a major tool in data analytics and business intelligence.
Dashboards have become an essential tool for the smooth running of companies and most organisations already use them on a daily basis. However, there is still some confusion about what a balanced scorecard is and how it differs from a dashboard.
As companies become increasingly aware of the value of data-driven decisions and the power of data, the relevance of data visualisation and the criteria for presenting information through dashboards is growing.
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