Business intelligence has been given a new face with the advent of information being delivered to the desktop via graphical information dashboards. Typically delivered via browser or enterprise portals, these dashboards have increased the demand for information used by companies to dynamically generate new revenue, reduce costs and improve operational efficiency. Driven by the demands of enthusiastic business users, new requirements are transforming dashboards from simple automated reports accessible from a browser to mission critical applications. These requirements include the need for access to a variety of information including multiple data stores and real-time sources, the ability to manage by exception and effectively drill down to pertinent information, and
the ability to take action when problems have been identified.
It is often a major challenge to control the implementation and maintenance costs for these information systems. An Enterprise Dashboard solution must have these capabilities to satisfy the increasing demand for information delivery and keep the costs under control:
- Tools for Rapidly Configuring Dashboards
- Intelligent navigation and drill down options
- Re-Usable Templates
- Data and Role based Security
- Multiple data sources including real-time
- Scalable data distribution
- Flexible Deployment Options
SL Enterprise RTView is a business information delivery platform that is used by IT Managers to rapidly configure, deploy, maintain and extend real-time and other critical enterprise information systems. The features of this platform extensively reduce the time, cost and risk associated with developing these systems.
SL Enterprise RTView was built to be extensible, which is why it is also a favored platform for those companies requiring rich customizable dashboards in their software product offerings. Software development teams can reduce the costs and risk of managing shifting technologies, such as graphical representation, web deployment and scalable data distribution by embedding or re-branding SL Enterprise RTView.