ABIBA Systems launches MyView Zero Programming Dashboard Creator
INDUSTRY| Aug. 9, 2012, 1:32 p.m.
ABIBA Systems, a BI and analytics software provider for the telecom sector, today announced the official launch of MyView – a Zero Programming dashboard creator.
The latest offering from ABIBA Systems is designed to help business users to create dashboards on their own without any dependence on IT. ABIBA says that using MyView, the users can create dashboards in minutes. Using conventional programming, this takes weeks and several man-hours. MyView thus helps in crushing time and complexity.
To create a chart, all that a user needs to do is choose the right chart type from a wide array of charts in the visualization library, and choose the relevant data to be displayed. Once the dashboard is created, the users can assign them to other users too or integrate it with their existing set of reports. All these can be achieved at the click of a button, thus replacing conventional programming.
Key Features of MyView include:
- Easy workflow based dashboard designer
- Role based access
- Pre-defined canvas templates
- Visualization Library comprising of multiple chart types
- Configurable drill downs and drill ups
- Rich array of components like dataview, graphview ,tables, heatmaps etc.
Sathya Karthik , CEO, ABIBA Systems mentioned that MyView is a step forward towards making Business Intelligence more pervasive and cost effective for the business users . “MyView reflects ABIBA Systems’ philosophy of business user friendly and domain centric solutions. This year, we are planning to launch more such enhancements, which would enrich our existing portfolio and increase our acceptance in the market,” Sathya said.
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