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Self-Service Reporting and Dashboards: 101

By March 19, 2018February 2nd, 2022No Comments
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Self-Service Reporting & Dashboards: 101

Most BI tools are just that: graphical representations of your data. But what about the transactional data in your system? Are multiple tools really the answer to the problem? What if you could get the visualizations your management needs, plus the transactional reporting your end users depend on in a single tool? We have built out a comprehensive self-service reporting model that allows users to easily run, modify, and create their own reports and dashboards.

This webinar will cover:

  • Using and creating dashboards
  • Running reports, plus ad-hoc
  • Getting your data straight from Excel
  • Data on the go with mobile accessibility
  • All of this from ANY data source!

Watch now and learn about SplashBI – an On-Demand Business Intelligence and reporting tool that can take your organization’s reporting to the next level!


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