Dashboard Best Practices
sponsored by LogiXML

With all the modern functions and features of dashboards, it is easy to become overwhelmed with the options for customizing your business' reporting tools. This white paper examines what features are necessary and nice to have on business intelligence (BI) dashboards.

IT must take important factors into consideration when implementing a dashboard that is truly business-driven. Too little is useless and too much is cumbersome. Not to mention the interface must be easy for end-users to navigate.

There is a lot to think about before designing a dashboard. Read on to discover some best practices before you tackle your next dashboard project.

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