Spy software drill size for 4mm tap

 

Rising star business intelligence blogger, Tricia Aanderud, is on fire with her SAS BI blog posts over at http://www.bi-notes.com/author/tricia .

Her post today is quite excellent and worth reading through in detail. It’s available here at http://www.bi-notes.com/2012/02/dashboard-sas-bi-google-analytics-data . I’m cross-posted it here:

Tricia Aanderud is SAS BI evangelist, enthusiastic innovator & hired gun, pursuing design tips, programming tricks & other mishmashes to share. Tricia is the author of the upcoming book Building Business Intelligence Using SAS: Content Development Examples which helps new and experienced users of SAS BI to get up to speed quickly. She invites you to connect to her on Linked In or follow her on Twitter using one of the icons below:

Spy software drill size for 4mm tap

What are enterprise dashboards? Well, dashboards are simple-to-understand, visually-oriented depictions of the current state of the metrics and key performance indicators of most importance to your business. Of course, they borrow from the “cockpit” or “dashboard” metaphors that are so easy to “get”.

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Business dashboards have become the universal front-end of business intelligence. From the production line worker on the manufacturing plant floor, to the sales force in the field, and all the way up to the CEO and CFO in the boardroom, everyone gets their metrics served through a dashboard these days. All enterprise reporting software use the dashboard layout as the home page view of the data. The business intelligence dashboard is easy to embrace, popular to develop and here to stay.

Rising star business intelligence blogger, Tricia Aanderud, is on fire with her SAS BI blog posts over at http://www.bi-notes.com/author/tricia .

Her post today is quite excellent and worth reading through in detail. It’s available here at http://www.bi-notes.com/2012/02/dashboard-sas-bi-google-analytics-data . I’m cross-posted it here:

Tricia Aanderud is SAS BI evangelist, enthusiastic innovator & hired gun, pursuing design tips, programming tricks & other mishmashes to share. Tricia is the author of the upcoming book Building Business Intelligence Using SAS: Content Development Examples which helps new and experienced users of SAS BI to get up to speed quickly. She invites you to connect to her on Linked In or follow her on Twitter using one of the icons below: