Business Dashboard Examples

Below are examples of dashboards built with InetSoft's cloud-based dashboard software, some of which you can try out from our interactive gallery, plus several nice samples from competitors.

An Informatics Dashboard Example

Informatics Dashboard Example

An Analytic Medical Dashboard

 

A KPI Dashboard Example

college kpi dashboard

An Interactive Dashboard Example

 

A Supply Chain Dashboard Example

supply chain dashboard Example

An Operational Dashboard Example

 

A Sales Dashboard Example

An Analytical Dashboard Example

 

Power BI Dashboard Templates

All of these examples featured on powerbi.microsoft.com can be recreated using InetSoft's dashboard design application.

Example of Power BI dashboard with advanced chart
Example of Power BI dashboard using large number KPIs
Example of nice Power BI dashboard made by a student

Tableau Dashboard Samples

All of these examples featured on tableau.com can be recreated using InetSoft's dashboard designer.

Example of Tableau sales pipeline progress dashboard
Example of Tableau sales pipeline progress dashboard
Example of Tableau sales pipeline progress dashboard

What Are the Three Types of Dashboards?

1. Operational

Operational dashboards provide an overview of current activity. They can be used to monitor real-time or transactional data. The data displayed in them are updated often, sometimes up to the minute for critical business functions. Operational dashboards help you to monitor and control the performance of your business by providing you with real-time metrics and insights into how your business is performing. They usually contain contextual information, too. So users can explore the data, and use it in the process of making decisions.

2. Analytic

Analytical dashboards can be used to analyze large volumes of data from various sources. They allow users to explore trends, predict outcomes, discover insights, and establish targets based on their understanding of historical data. Analytical dashboards traditionally were created and designed by data analysts. But the rise of self-service analytics tools has equipped everyone, from marketers and supply chain managers to c-level executives, to create their own dashboards.

3. Strategic

Dashboards are used by executives for monitoring the status of key performance indicators (KPIs). The strategic dashboard updates less frequently than the operational dashboard. They are designed to be used once daily to help executives stay on top of their organization's key performance indicators (KPIs). They typically summarize performance over a period time (month, quarter or year).

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What Does a Dashboard Include?


  1. A visual representation of progression, such as with charts and graphs

  2. An option to download detailed report

  3. A simple way of measuring efficiency

  4. A tool to spot patterns visually

  5. A method for identifying data outliers and correlations quickly

  6. The ability to make better decisions
Personnel Management Dashboard Example