Alexandre Schneider, Prelytis CEO, says, “In an era of social networks and cloud computing, we are seeing the emergence of collective business intelligence. So, we are proud to be launching this truly unique offer on the market, which creates collaborative, mobile dashboards, which are free of charge and which place no limits on the number of users.”
LiveDashBoard 4Team is designed to provide the greatest number of people with the possibility of creating and sharing their business management indicators. This innovative solution offers this service with no limit on the number of users. LiveDashBoard 4Team also offers direct access to dashboards when the user is on the move, through full compatibility with the iPad, iPhone and BlackBerry, as well as with Google Android.
Registration is simple and is carried out via the www.livedashboard4team.com website. Data uploads are performed directly via Excel files. To speed up their handling of the tool, users have access to tutorials, including videos, to help them create their initial dashboards and indicators.
LiveDashBoard 4Team is user friendly. There is no local installation, and there are neither servers to configure, nor scripts to create, while no development whatsoever is required. It is a genuine collaborative working tool, and includes the possibility of shared comments for each dashboard in a micro-blog format, resembling sites like Twitter.
Users of the service may also subscribe to a host of additional options, including training, technical support, data storage and protection, data capacity expansion, administration rights management for datamarts, and automated data uploads/downloads. LiveDashBoard is also available in business-licence mode for onsite installations.
Prelytis, which is headquartered in Paris (France), specialises in new-generation business-intelligence software. The company’s products meet all users’ requirements – ease of set-up, end-user oriented ergonomics, and faster deployment for thousands of users.
For further information, please go to: www.prelytis.com
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