DataSpark has assisted many of our clients to implement Embedded solutions into their business, assist with dashboard creation or providing the insights required to ensure our clients are getting the best return on investment.
From increased customer engagement to new revenue opportunities, embedding analytics into your application, portal or website has significant business value.
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What does Embedded Analytics mean?
Embedded analytics integrates powerful Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities directly into your applications, products, and web portals. Provide customers and partners with a powerful, self-service analytics solution that’s easy to customise, integrate, and deploy, getting you to market faster while you stay focused on your area of expertise.
Seamlessly embed the self-service analytics your customers want
The Tableau embedded analytics platform allows you to focus on building your product, saving you time, resources, and money. Learn how you can empower your customers and drive product engagement with integrated, interactive, and visual analytics.
Fast to build, Fast to market.
Build and implement powerful Tableau dashboards rapidly.
The Right data for users.
By default, all users have access to all of the data. You may want this or with Tableau, you can override this by using row-level security and user filtering so that only selected people can see the data that’s relevant for them. This way, you aren’t creating custom content over and over.
What is the difference between Embedded Analytics and traditional Business Intelligence?
Good question! Well, as we know decades ago, business analysis was achieved through Microsoft Excel, but after big data made its grand entrance into the market, it has not only changed the way we use technology but also it has changed a lot in the way of business analysis in general. We then started using Traditional BI to replace the good ol' Excel.
So what is the difference?
As some of you may know already Traditional BI empowers its users to analyse and understand their data, align their internal teams around the areas within the business that matter most. There are many advantages to Traditional BI, such as its ability to allow you to work seamlessly without any guesswork. You also receive immediate results anytime anywhere on any computer or smart device.
Embedded Analytics, on the other hand, is the integration of BI tools, that is, the analytic contents within the business process applications. The analytics functionality is embedded in dashboards, data visualisation tools, visual workflows, interactive as well as mobile reports, self-service analytics, etc.
The user experience can be improved here by increasing end-user adoption and growing revenue. This analytics helps the users by putting valuable data into their hands in order to make quick decisions. You can even white-label Tableau to match your brand.
There are a few different ways that you can provide a superior experience using Embedded Analytics.
An effective embedded analytics integration offers much more than just pretty report snapshots.
If you want to offer a superior experience with an embedded analytics solution, here are some things to consider
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Learn how an embedded analytics business intelligence solution can help bring success your most valuable asset; your data. Take advantage of making money out of your asset whilst still maintaining the security of your valuable data. Whether you’re creating new data products or delivering data as a service, a modern, white-label analytics solution may offer the capabilities you and your customers need to get the most value from your data.
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