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How To Build A High-quality BI Dashboard With The Best Software Test Manager

Business intelligence (BI) involves converting data into valuable insights using software and services. It influences a company’s strategic and tactical business preferences. BI tools access and analyze data sets and show analytical results in the form of reports, graphs & charts, dashboards, summaries, and maps. This process provides in-depth insight into the situation of the business.

SaaS in 60 - Natural Language Insights on Dashboards

You can now deliver AI-generated, natural language insights directly on sheets in Qlik Sense. With our new natural language object, you can include narrative interpretations and readouts for any context, such as an overall sheet, a group of visualizations, or an individual visualization. This capability allows all Qlik Sense users to benefit from NLG when exploring in dashboards, boosting data literacy and driving improved data storytelling.

The Secret to Building an Effective Customer Success Dashboard

The secret to customer success is making your customers happy and supporting them to succeed. A simple concept – until you try to implement it. You’ll need a great product and a great customer service team, for starters. You’ll also need an in-depth understanding of the customer experience, including their pain points and how you can help solve them. This is where things get trickier, but the answer could already be tucked away in your data.

Editing and saving a dashboard

In this video you will learn how to edit one of your existing Yellowfin dashboards — such as adding a new report to a dashboard and then save those edits by publishing the dashboard. You will also learn how to edit/change the title of the dashboard, select/change the folders where the dashboard will be saved, and how to add tags to your dashboard. You will also learn how to edit/change the Dashboard Access to either Public or Private.

How to Build a Google Sheets Sales Dashboard in 5 Easy Steps

Keeping track of your sales team’s numbers and metrics can be tedious and time-consuming. If you’re a small team with limited resources or just looking for more flexibility in your data management, Google Sheets can be a great place to host your sales data. Spreadsheets are customizable, scalable, and easily accessible.