Is your boss constantly bugging you about getting better at data analytics? Nowadays, it’s not just the data science team that has to think about how to communicate with data. Everyone in a data-driven organization is expected to understand dashboards and develop meaningful data visualizations.
According to recent research by IDC, 70 percent of managers and directors confirm that in the past 12 months their executives have explicitly called for their enterprises to become more data-driven.
So how do you get that done? The latest generation of analytic tools provides the perfect way for both technical and non-technical users to get powerful insights and make an impact.
Support Business Users with Robust Analytics It’s more important than ever to provide business users with robust analytics and data visualization tools to support smarter, faster decisions.
Here are four ways data visualization can help your organization:
Improved response times: Data visualization puts the data into the users’ hands allowing them to more quickly identify issues and improve response times.
Greater simplicity: Using visualizations allows users to get the big picture and see the details at the same time. It simplifies the data by allowing the users to interact only with relevant data.
Easier visualization of patterns: Have you ever tried to find patterns in data while reviewing thousands of lines in a spreadsheet? Using visualization allows users to better absorb the data and see new paths. This enables users to identify new patterns and trends that were impossible to see using tabular data. It allows decision-makers to view data using graphical representations including charts, fever charts, and heat maps.
Enhanced collaboration: Collaboration gives teams access to the strengths and skills of everyone involved by combining the experiences of the entire group. These skills can be used to solve problems faster and improve innovation. Using advanced visualizations makes it easier for teams to collaborate. Instead of having to consume tens of thousands of lines of data, they can rely on visual representations that consolidate the data.
Bottom line: AI-driven visual analytics and dashboards allow companies to discover solutions quicker, explore potential patterns, and improve decision making.Bottom line: AI-driven visual analytics and dashboards allow companies to discover solutions quicker, explore potential patterns, and improve decision making. Click To Tweet
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