Custom geographic data binding
The ability to bind data to built-in geographic points on world, state, or city levels, as well as custom defined areas on a map like sales territories or political districts that can be easily added with minimal scripting.
Drag-and-drop dashboard designer
The ability to drag desired elements like charts, tables, filter, or objects onto a design grid and then drop Data Blocks onto them. From the design grid, users can manipulate the size, color, font, text, layout, or display of any element they chose.
Multi-source data mashup and visualization
The ability to analyze data with visualizations created from combinations of various data sources including: relational databases via JDBC, multidimensional databases, OLAP cubes, XML, SOAP, Java beans (POJO), EJB beans, CSV, Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (XLS), and web services.