Dashboards are an advanced visualisation tool to help business
users know how well their business units are performing by being
able to better recognise trends and patterns in large amounts of
Dashboards represent of a collection of KPI's, each KPI being calculated
from underlying data.
The difference between dashboards and scorecards, is that scorecards
incorporate methodology around the KPI's, such as Balanced Scorecard
used for corporate performance.
Dashboards can be very simple technically, or be highly interactive,
with tight integration to OLAP data mining tools.
The most basic dashboards display static graphical representations
of performance, whilst more advanced dashboards, known as dynamic
dashboards are fully interactive, allowing drill down analysis.
& Benefits of Dashboards
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