iDashboards, a user-friendly and cost-effective business dashboard software solution, took a u-turn by turning away from enterprise and releasing a new dashboard that delved into the natural wonders of the world.
A sequel to the company's rather successful Man-Made Wonders of the World Dashboard, released in October of 2011, the newly released dashboard is yet another example of the diversity that iDashboards offers , according to officials.
Well known across a wide spectrum of industry for its executive, business, and excel dashboards, iDashboards typically provides simple alternatives to complex and expensive business intelligence software.
The latest addition to its website is proof of iDashboard's ability to go beyond the boundaries of normal business intelligence statistics and embrace an approach that is slightly different from what it typically adopts.
"The creation and design of our specialty dashboard collection highlights the newest possibilities with user-dashboard interaction -- beyond the realm of displaying charts and tabular data," said Shadan Malik, CEO of iDashboards.
iDashboard's Man-Made Wonders of the World Dashboard was a tremendous success and was viewed by a record number of people. This popularity was primarily responsible for the subsequent expansion and depth of dashboard designs and the creation of the visually appealing Natural Wonders of the World dashboard.
Users can experience this new creation first hand by exploring rainforests, majestic mountain peaks, landscapes and scintillating scenery, while gathering interesting facts using interactive navigation.
With the use of ViFrame and Gallery Chart capabilities, officials stated that iDashboards has been able to raise the bar in terms of end-user experience and dashboard interactivity.
Other news reports that iDashboards has achieved its sixth consecutive year of record breaking sales and international expansion with over 5,000 downloads globally. This success is owed to the continued evolution of the iDashboards' innovative BI software, which provides users with stunning presentation options, an expanded chart library, interface enhancements and new development features.
Edited by Brooke Neuman