What makes an effective dashboard? The answer to this question is simple: an effective dashboard is one that communicates a clear message. To achieve this goal, you need to follow the first rule of dashboard design and define your audience. Learn more in this blog post.
It's one thing to make a New Year's resolution - it's another thing to follow through on that resolution. If you're a marketing professional, keeping your New Year's resolution may be a matter of job security.
Supply chain organizations are faced with the unenviable challenge of consolidating hundreds, if not thousands, of data points to get a clear view of their performance. Let's take a closer look at the KPIs that drive supply chain organizations, and find out what lessons you can apply to your business.
Search marketing isn't jut about getting to rank #1 on Google - it's about writing compelling content that encourages searchers to click on your website and then complete a goal. To be effective, search marketers need to blend the art of writing with the science of measurement and analysis.
Instead of trying to control office chatter, why not provide your employees with talking points about your business performance that will pique their interest? Find out how to do this with a web-based dashboard.
We've just wrapped a year long study of how you access your mobile BI (Klipfolio Dashboard for web and mobile), and the results are in. Check out this article to find out what brand accounts for 80% of mobile access.
The ultimate measure of your performance in the healthcare industry is patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. Take the pulse of your organization with clinical KPIs and put that information where it can make a difference.
Just like David, SMEs are keen to use the latest technology to solve problems and level the playing field. In this blog, we take a look at 3 lessons SMEs can teach us about implementing a cloud and mobile business intelligence (BI) solution.
Meet Andrew, a sales rep who is seeking a way to stay connected to KPIs even when he is away from the office (which is all the time). Cloud and mobile BI applications aren't just for users on the road - it is for any department or organization that wants to make their KPIs unavoidable. Find out more in this use-case.
Not only do marketing agencies have to manage data from multiple sources, they need to distribute that data to clients and account managers in a way that makes sense. Learn how web and mobile BI can help your marketing agency broadcast KPIs to keep everyone in the know.
If your business is a boat, then your financial ratios and metrics is your weather forecast. Like any good sailor, you don't want to leave port without knowing everything you can about the conditions at sea.
Mobile business intelligence (BI) has the potential to improve the performance of your call center by giving agents, managers, and executives access to the key metrics that matter. Learn how web and mobile BI can help your call center optimize performance and improve decision making.
Many companies never realize the expected returns from their CRM implementation. There is no magic increase in sales, no increase in the customer satisfaction index following the implementation of a shiny new application. Adding a KPI dashboard could improve this.
I wanted to sum up the findings in an Aberdeen Group report published a few weeks ago, as their research highlights big differences in the success of companies that use Operational BI and those who don't.
A couple weeks ago there was a post about mashups and it triggered a discussion here at Klipfolio about the value of having access to business intelligence information from multiple sources in one location. It is simplicity and consistency presenting the data that really helps users understand their KPIs.