This business intelligence dashboard recently showed how their analytics work by providing a free peak into the 2012 Summer Olympics. Using a simple dashboard, you could quickly see which countries had garnered the most medals and then drill into the data to see individual accomplishments. Like Domo, the dashboard links into enterprise data stores to help you see progress in a CRM campaign or check financials for a department. One differentiator is that the interface highlights key metrics in white and grays out less important metrics automatically. QlikView also stores summarized data temporarily to speed up (and compress) the analytics for multiple users trying to access the same data.
ChartBeat: View, Analyze Web Activity in Real Time
Focused primarily on your corporate site's Web activity (you can see a live demo here: http://chartbeat.com/demo), ChartBeat is a business dashboard shows you a summary of success. You can track the concurrent visitor counts, compare Web traffic against Twitter chatter, analyze how people are finding your site-say, by searching Google or clicking a link on Facebook-and see history of Web traffic at a glance. To use ChartBeat (as demonstrated in this demo video), simply insert a small code snippet into the header and footer of each Web page.
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GoSquared: See Who's Visiting, Staying on Your Site
Like ChartBeat, this Web analytics dashboard uses an interface that looks like something you'd see in an Audi. Modules are black with bright colors to identify data trends. Graphs display current visitor counts (in a handy circular chart), referrals from other sites such as Google, which browser your site visitors are using and how long visitors typical staying on your site (a measure of stickiness). GoSquared also provides code snippets, but there are plug-ins for content management systems such as Joomla that let you load the extension and type in your site key.
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