What Chartio is trying to do is build a better dashboard. It says that everyone else is doing a bad job at creating a data dashboard, something that isn’t part of their core business. With their service, users can take their database and link it and then design their own interface — no more default metrics display or layouts that you don’t understand how to use. Now, businesses should be able to create meaningful and relevant dashboards that share useful metrics. (via Chartio goes live: create your own analytics dashboard using data source of your choice - The Next Web)

What Chartio is trying to do is build a better dashboard. It says that everyone else is doing a bad job at creating a data dashboard, something that isn’t part of their core business. With their service, users can take their database and link it and then design their own interface — no more default metrics display or layouts that you don’t understand how to use. Now, businesses should be able to create meaningful and relevant dashboards that share useful metrics. (via Chartio goes live: create your own analytics dashboard using data source of your choice - The Next Web)

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