KPI Reporting Software




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With our innovative dashboard builder, you can build your own custom KPI dashboard in a matter of minutes. Whatever your key performance indicators are and however they change over time, you can use the datapine platform to make reporting a breeze. Analysis results in the form of charts, graphs and tables can be structured into customized dashboards which are automatically updated, shared with selected recipients or sent to key personnel at scheduled intervals. As your company needs change you can also adjust your chosen KPIs and the frequency or format of the reports.

With datapine you don’t need to be in the office at your desk to have access to your KPI reports anymore. Thanks to a state-of-the-art security layer you can log on from any location with your username and password with your internet-ready device knowing that your sensitive data will be safe.

Want to find out more or try datapine reporting software for yourself? We offer a free 14-day trial of our smart KPI reporting software. Sign up online to get started and begin analyzing your database in less than 10 minutes.

Key performance indicators (KPIs) in Power View - Support
You create KPIs either from Power View in Excel, ... you create to your Power
View report.
https://support.office.com/article/Key-performance-indicators-KPIs-in-Power-View-230d7f15-731e-47a5-9938-fa0f02e6b676

Creating key performance indicator (KPI) reports and dashboard ...
Learn about key performance indicator (KPI) reports and the benefits of KPI
reporting. Read about ... When, and how, to best make use of data visualization
tools.
http://searchbusinessanalytics.techtarget.com/tutorial/Creating-key-performance-indicator-KPI-reports-and-dashboard-design







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