Digital Dashboard, a way to advanced visualization
What Is Digital Dashboard?
Simply speaking, a digital dashboard can be described as an executive information system that provides clear view and useful insights into a phenomenon that gathers large amounts of data based upon a number of parameters and metrics.
In this age, data is one of the most valuable assets of enterprises, and information gained from data is definitely highly valuable. It is imperative that an effective method is leveraged for turning data into actionable information and extracting its value, without doing which even the most comprehensive data set is of no use.
A digital dashboard prioritizes the data gathered from various sources, and displays the most critical information at a glance, turning complex information more understandable and immediately actionable for the organizations. It also visually organizes the current status, historical trends, and key performance indicators of a system following easy to understand data visualization approaches. For an analogy, a digital dashboard helps enterprises the same way a car’s dashboard keeps the driver constantly updated on the vehicle’s key performance indicators such as speed, mileage, engine temperature and available fuel.
With the help of a digital dashboard, an organization can provide a live stream of information to its top level personnel. It will help the end users in working with complex data relationships and monitoring key performance indicators even if they are not trained data analysts. Additionally, the immediate and critical awareness of essential business information gives organizations a distinct edge in the decision making and management process.
All of the data that goes into a digital dashboard is already available through other tools and reports. The advantage of using a Digital Dashboard is that even immensely complex information collected across multiple sources can be evaluated and digested quickly.
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