Dashboard

   
  Data presentation and Dashboards Implementation by LEPRA India
 

There are four types of presentation media: dashboards, visual analysis tools, scorecards, and reports. These are all visual representations of data that help people identify correlations, trends, outliers, patterns, and conditions. However, they all have their own unique features.

 

Think continuous monitoring of performance. That’s what a dashboard does. The dashboard is a software that looks just like what it’s called: a graphic display that is structured like an automobile speedometer and provides an ongoing display of financial and/or operating data on your monitor. Originally designed for managers in the utility industry, the dashboard has been adapted to many management information applications, worldwide. Military commanders use dashboards to display combat readiness information so the folks who make the “go” decisions know if they have the resources to commit. A media research company uses one to display business trends.:
Dashboard software works by linking a small graphics display program to a small database, which is kept updated either by manual entry or by import from the company’s business systems. When the user clicks on the dashboard, the software accesses the database, recalculates the dial positions and refreshes the display. If the software’s drill down feature is activated, another click takes the user to a display of supporting divisional, regional or departmental details.
A dashboard is a visual display of the most important information needed to achieve one or more objectives; consolidated and arranged on a single screen so the information can be monitored at a glance.

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