An Analytics Hub is content management environment that allows users to log into a single URL and access and search through all business intelligence and analytics assets from across the organization, irrespective of technology, location, and department. Analytics hubs support organizations on their evolution to become insight-driven in their operations and decision making.
Analytics hubs create a scalable and cohesive user experience for engaging with data across your organization and are an important part of your business intelligence tool kit. Designed with the end user in mind, they make it easy for people to find the right dashboard or data asset with comprehensive, cross platform search, make decisions based on the data, and provide feedback in real time to improve the experience in the future. Machine learning suggests additional assets that might be useful and thoughtfully design UI makes it easy to find training resources and manuals.
Analytics hubs (or BI portals) are technology agnostic, meaning that you can view and search for dashboards built in Tableau, Power BI, Qlik, or other applications in a single portal. Hosted in the cloud or on-premises, they allow your teams to share analytics assets – your dashboards won’t be siloed by technology, department, or geography. By moving your analytics to a shared portal, you immediately make your current and future assets discoverable to a broad user base – you see more value from each one of your dashboards.
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Leverage filters, search, and metadata tags to easily find assets.
Store all files, reports, documents, and training material in a single portal.
View analytics content from all platforms in a single repository.
Asset recommendations based on previous behavior.
Feedback and ratings increase awareness and drive future improvement.
Interfaces designed to engage users and increase adoption.
Access assets across all your geographical locations.
Allow access to the right users without compromising data security.
Each user has a custom experience, based on permissions and use.