SharePoint is a cloud-based document management and collaboration tool developed by Microsoft. It’s comprised of a multipurpose set of technologies that has tight integration with Office 365 as well as handy document management capabilities. As an intranet and content management system, it’s used for internal purposes to assist with bringing an organization together. Its core functions are to store documents in a more useful format than a regular folder system and offer a high-level of collaboration as well as bring an organization together, so everyone receives relevant/critical information.
Having a visual representation of your data can be critical to any business. The word “dashboard” implies machine operated, and business dashboards are used in the same way. The business has hundreds of moving parts impacting overall performance. Dashboards summarize the data from these moving parts with easy-to-understand, real-time visuals. Almost any type of business can benefit from having a dashboard aligning them with their objectives. Here are three types of dashboards than can benefit any business.