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Businesses are beginning to suspect that mobile BI can finally fulfill the promise of the business intelligence industry: to get information where you need it, when you need it.
Our mobile BI solutions focus on excellent usability and a consistent experience that takes advantage of the unique features of mobile. We provide:
Our solutions are optimized to deliver touch experiences when accessed on the Apple iPad or an Android tablet. This touch awareness happens automatically -- no special authoring or design changes are required to make views and dashboards automatically work on your tablet.
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You don’t have to do anything special to make a dashboard mobile. Simply publish to the server like you always have, and our application will detect if you’re using the Mobile app.
You even get the native touch experience if you go to the server from your mobile browser, without the app at all.
Ease of use is the single most important aspect of mobile business intelligence. When you're on the go, you need to be able to get to the data you need with a few taps.
Filters: Our controls such as filters, parameters, sliders, scrolling, and zoom & pan, are specially built to interact with your fingers. For example, tapping a filter pops a large, touch-optimized quick filter. And for long filters, there is scrolling inside the filter.
Views: Views themselves are touch-optimized with dynamic scrolling. Simply swipe to scroll through a long customers list, for example. Or pinch & zoom in a map.
If you can‘t quickly find the view you need, you'll never get the benefit of mobile BI.
Our Mobile app provides the user friendly interface. It allows you to:
So you can quickly get to the data you need while you're on the go.
Mobile business intelligence must be secure. With our mobile solution, security and metadata continues to be managed by the server. This means you can enforce your existing security protocols and integrate with ActiveDirectory via the server.
And if an employee loses their iPad or Android tablet, simply disable their server account and give them a new one. No data other than descriptive data about a workbook (like the publisher, data modified and name) are stored on the device, so you can keep your data secure even while it’s mobile.