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Report Dashboard

What is a bespoke report dashboard?

A bespoke report dashboard is a responsive visual representation of your business data, drawn from multiple online sources. Bespoke report dashboards are designed to meet particular business needs – e.g. online sales, customer retention, or media ROI.

A bespoke dashboard is built once and pulls new data regularly to provide the most recent information.

 

Who needs a reporting dashboard?

If you’re trying to make data-driven decisions for your business, but you don’t have the time to collate and analyse data from all your data sources, a report dashboard is a great solution.

A bespoke dashboard allows you to view all relevant information in one click, any time.

 

Our experience

Cut through the clutter and see your organization’s ‘big picture’. Data visualization and report dashboards make complex data accessible and actionable.

We’ve built dashboards for clients of all sizes, from a variety of industries. We work with you to present the most relevant data to appropriate stakeholders in your organization in a way that is visually appealing, and easy to use. Metric Labs delivers custom real-time dashboards that combine power and flexibility to bring you better, more insight driven business information.

Some of the data visualisation software we use includes;

  • Google Data Studio
  • Power BI
  • Dashthis
  • Raven Tools
  • Supermetrics
  • Google Analytics

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