Cloud-Flexible Dashboard and Balanced Scorecard Software

Are you looking for a balanced scorecard and dashboard solution for tracking key metrics and business performance that can be deployed on premise or at any cloud infrastructure provider around the world? Since 1996 InetSoft has been delivering easy, agile, and robust business intelligence software that makes it possible for organizations and solution providers of all sizes to deploy or embed full-featured business intelligence solutions.

InetSoft offers Balanced Scorecard Software that is:


  • attract the attention of executives
  • satisfy the demands of power users
  • adapt to organizations of all sizes


  • deployed in a matter of weeks, not months
  • learned by end-users with minor training


  • comform to changing data information and business needs
  • accommodate data exploration through visualization and maximum self-service

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Who Uses Balanced Scorecards?

Balanced scorecards are widely used by organizations across various sectors and industries. They are typically employed by businesses, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions. Here are some examples of entities that use balanced scorecards:

  1. Businesses: Private companies of all sizes, including small businesses, medium-sized enterprises, and large corporations, utilize balanced scorecards. They help organizations align their strategies with their performance measures across different dimensions.

  2. Non-profit Organizations: Non-profit organizations, such as charities, foundations, and NGOs, often use balanced scorecards to assess their effectiveness in achieving their mission and meeting the needs of their stakeholders. This helps them monitor their performance in areas like fundraising, program delivery, and social impact.

  3. Government Agencies: Government entities, at both the national and local levels, may employ balanced scorecards to measure their performance in delivering public services, managing budgets, and achieving policy objectives. This approach enables them to evaluate their efficiency, effectiveness, and responsiveness.

  4. Educational Institutions: Schools, colleges, and universities can adopt balanced scorecards to evaluate their performance in areas like student achievement, teaching quality, research output, and financial sustainability. This framework assists in setting goals, monitoring progress, and improving educational outcomes.

  5. Healthcare Organizations: Hospitals, healthcare systems, and medical clinics can utilize balanced scorecards to assess their performance across various dimensions, such as patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, and financial stability. This helps them enhance the quality of care and optimize resource allocation.

  6. Manufacturing Companies: Manufacturing firms often utilize balanced scorecards to measure their performance in areas like production efficiency, product quality, supply chain management, and customer satisfaction. This enables them to track their progress and identify areas for improvement.

  7. Financial Institutions: Banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions may employ balanced scorecards to evaluate their performance in areas like risk management, customer service, financial stability, and regulatory compliance. This assists them in optimizing their operations and enhancing customer experience.

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“Flexible product with great training and support. The product has been very useful for quickly creating dashboards and data views. Support and training has always been available to us and quick to respond.
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What Charts Would a Career Services Director Put on a Balanced Scorecard?

A career services director, responsible for assisting students and alumni in their career development and job placement, may include various charts on their balanced scorecard to track and measure the performance of their department. Here are some charts that a career services director might include:

  1. Job Placement Rate by Graduation Year: This chart would show the percentage of graduates who secure employment within a specified timeframe after graduation. It helps assess the effectiveness of the career services department in connecting students with job opportunities.

  2. Employer Satisfaction Survey Results: This chart would display the results of surveys conducted with employers who have hired graduates from the institution. It measures the satisfaction level of employers with the skills and preparedness of the institution's graduates.

  3. Alumni Employment Status: This chart would track the employment status of alumni at various intervals after graduation, such as six months, one year, and five years. It provides insights into the long-term career success of alumni and reflects the effectiveness of the career services in supporting their professional growth.

  4. Internship/Co-op Participation Rate: This chart would show the percentage of students who participate in internships or cooperative education programs. It indicates the department's success in facilitating experiential learning opportunities and helping students gain practical industry experience.

  5. Student Engagement in Career Development Activities: This chart would measure the participation rates in career-related workshops, seminars, job fairs, and networking events organized by the career services department. It helps gauge student engagement and utilization of available resources.

  6. Alumni Feedback on Career Services: This chart would display feedback and ratings provided by alumni regarding the quality of services, resources, and support received from the career services department. It provides valuable insights into the alumni perception of the department's effectiveness.

  7. Employer Partnerships and Outreach: This chart would track the number of partnerships established with employers, industry professionals, and alumni networks. It demonstrates the department's efforts in building relationships with employers and expanding job opportunities for students.

  8. Career Counseling Sessions and Appointments: This chart would measure the number of career counseling sessions and appointments conducted by the career services team. It helps evaluate the utilization of individualized career guidance and support services by students and alumni.

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