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myDIALS Performance Management Portal Makes BI Personal

Friday, May 13, 2011

myDIALS, the leading provider of personal BI for the cloud, today announced version 3.3 of its intuitive myDIALS Performance Management Portal. Until now, the BI industry has offered limited customizability in the form of role-based dials and dashboards that are assigned to a group of users. myDIALS 3.3 establishes “Personal BI” by making it easy for users to interactively personalize their interface with a few clicks and then display the specific real-time, tailored information they need to make better, faster decisions that improve operational and business performance.

“With myDIALS 3.3 we’ve put the ‘my’ into myDIALS,” said Wayne Morris, president and CEO of myDIALS. “Our focus is on providing organizations and the individuals within them with the flexibility to control their own analytics destiny. The Performance Management Portal dynamically integrates data from any source, in the cloud or on-premises. Users can then personalize how that data is presented and analyzed to meet specific business needs. This is what analytics and self-service BI were meant to be — it’s how you quickly turn raw data into high-value information you can act on with confidence.”

New Functionality

Interactive personalization- The ease and flexibility of myDIALS 3.3 enables individuals to personalize their user experience, portal layout and information content to meet their own needs and tastes. An enhanced Visual Designer lets users copy, create, modify and share their designs interactively. They can create entirely new components or drag-and-drop dials, ribbons and dashboards from a library, then rearrange their designs at will. They can easily modify how the data is visualized and select which components they share with other users and user groups.

Intuitive one-click in-dial controls - The single-click ability to modify a filter and sort information according to need — top ‘n’, top %, bottom ‘n’, bottom %; sort ascending, sort descending, etc. — speeds analysis and decision making.

Increased collaboration and guidance – New text dials allow authorized users to collaborate on comments and better provide context on what is being displayed, not just for data points, but for time periods as well. The new Media Center enables users to add and view supporting documents and explanatory materials, such as training videos and PDFs, all of which are now available through the myDIALS portal interface for viewing within the context of the user’s performance information.

Enhanced internationalization and localization – myDIALS 3.3 now supports multiple currencies. Financial information can be displayed in a local or reference currency, and the currency displayed is based on the individual user’s profile. The interactive Visual Designer also supports translations of display names into multiple languages using easy, automated translations.

About myDIALS

myDIALS is the leading provider of personal Business Intelligence for the cloud. The only SaaS BI solution that combines best practices embedded in pre-defined modules, with quick personalization and advanced, easy to use analytics, myDIALS enables all users to view, filter and interact with data to make more informed decisions, more quickly.

myDIALS features rapid, automated deployment, dynamically integrates with virtually any data source for immediate data update and availability, and delivers unparalleled interactivity, knowledge sharing and predictive analytics to support cost-effective, continuous improvement. Thousands of users across multiple industries — including technology, manufacturing, services and government — rely on myDIALS to improve operational performance and business results through better decision making. myDIALS is based in Louisville, Colo. Visit www.mydials.com for more information.

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