BI Software Examples

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Project Management

project management dashboard example

This project management office dashboard aids in the monitoring of various marketing initiatives and the start and end times of various project stages. This type of dashboard helps digital marketing agencies track the progress of their consultants on various initiatives. A Gantt chart tracks the start and end date of various projects, giving a visual representation of project durations. Gantt charts now comes as a standard option in InetSoft's visualization engine.

Utility Usage

utility usage analytics dashboard

This utility usage example breaks down power usage by day and even hour. Three easy to read guages display maximum, average, and daily usage. An array of filters enables the user to drill down into households that are outliers in their usage.

What-If Scenarios

what if scenario dashboard

This what-if scenario predicts how revenue would be affected by changes in growth and prices. What-if analysis is the process of mathematically predicting how an organization will be affected given a predefined situation. This is typically done in spreadsheet programs, by modifying certain values in a dataset to see how those changes will influence outcome of the formulas in place. InetSoft's what-if analysis feature assists analysts in quantifying uncertainty in causal relationships and optimizing resource allocation while guiding decisions.

Supply Chain BI

supply chain BI software example

This supply chain BI dashboard tracks shipments on different types of product and also the reasons for returning products. A dropdown list enables the chart binding to be swapped out for various fields.

Utility Management

utility company dashboard example

This utility management dashboard example gives power plant executives a broad overview of power consumption and equipment maintenance. In this screenshot, solar power is brushed, causing the proportion of power usage from solar to be highlighted in charts throughout the dashboard.Dials at the top cover the most important metrics, while a table at the bottom enables the viewer to drill down into individual household use.

Marketing BI Dashboard

marketing BI dashboard

This marketing campaign analysis displays important aspects of the sales funnel, by displaying leads by source, state and date. Both top charts include a highlight feature based on monthly change rate, whose threshold can be adjusted using a slider which modifies the change rate that results in a chart highlight. The dashboard template gives an overall picture of new leads, their sources, and their conversion rates.

Team Performance

sales team performance dashboard example

This heat map compares each sales team's performance for every month of the year. A heat map is a visual representation of data that uses colors to indicate the relative values of the data points. A heat map displays a measure using a colored grid, where the value of the measure for a given combination of dimension values is used to determine the color of the grid at that location. Heat maps are often used to visualize data that has a spatial or geographical component, such as weather data, traffic patterns, or population density. In a heat map, each data point is represented by a colored square or rectangle, with the color indicating the intensity of the value being represented.

Retail Management

retail management BI dashboard example

This retail management BI example gives a broad visual breakdown of revenue, prices, and profits, by product line. Color is used in several of the charts to add another dimension. The live version features a mouseover chart, packing in even more information without wasting dashboard real estate.

Channel Analytics

marketing channel analytics dashboard

This Sparkline example from InetSoft's Marketing Lead Dashboard displays how a grid of Sparkline Charts can convey information that a single chart with multiple lines cannot. Each individual Sparkline depicts the change from month to month of marketing leads form a particular lead source in a particular space. In a single chart, all of the lines would be a meaningless jumble. When one state or source has an upswing or downturn of new leads, the manager can immediately see if other states or sources had a similar pattern, indicating whether or not the the cause of the change is related to something regional, something related to the strength or weakness of a particular lead source, or just a general trend in the market.