Chris von Simson, Research Director, Dresner Advisory Services & Nat Venkataraman, Director of Product Management, Logi Analy
More than ever before, software teams want to provide end users with enhanced capabilities to do their own reporting and analytics. When you embed self-service analytics, end users are empowered to get the information they need, when they need it. Rather than exporting data or jumping into another application, users can help themselves to what they need in your software.
Join Chris von Simson, Research Director at Dresner Advisory Services, as he discusses why user enablement has emerged as the theme in today’s embedded analytics market. Learn which capabilities and features software teams are prioritising in their embedded BI tool evaluations.
Nat Venkataraman, Director of Product Management at Logi Analytics, will discuss how Logi Composer’s embedded self-service capabilities can be tailored and configured to match the skill level of your end users, while enabling them to modify and share their own visualizations.
1. Why end-user self-service is ranked as a top embedded BI priority
2. The benefits of embedded self-service analytics for software teams
3. The power of Logi Composer’s embedded self-service capabilities
This webinar, hosted by International Software Product Management Association, introduces embedded analytics from a project perspective.It identifies key aspects product managers should consider in designing, building, and deploying an embedded analytics solution.
1. An introduction to embedded analytics
2. An overview of a design and build process for managed and self-service analytics
Hans-Bernd Kittlaus, Chairman of ISPMA, CEO of InnoTivum
Software pricing has always been more art than science, but there is improving methodology on how to do it. Value-based pricing is the way to go, since it bases price on the value your product brings to end users.
How can you implement value-based pricing for your software? It starts with a solid understanding of the customer value your product provides. Join the webinar with Hans-Bernd Kittlaus, chairman of the International Software Product Management Association and CEO of InnoTivum, to learn the fundamentals of value-based pricing and how embedded analytics can add customer value to your application.
1. What is value-based pricing?
2. How to rethink value propositions to focus on customers’ business value
3. How embedded dashboards, reports, and analytics can help add value to your product
Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager and Hayley Wilson, Solutions Engineer at Logi Analytics
Software teams are responsible for building applications with embedded analytics that help their end users make better decisions. In order to be successful, they need a development platform that’s easy to use, but also provides them with total control of their end users’ analytics experience.
Join Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Logi Analytics, and Hayley Wilson, Solutions Engineer at Logi Analytics, as they take a deep dive into Logi Composer, the first out-of-the-box development experience for embedded analytics.
Learn what Logi Composer can do for you. See a demo of capabilities including an effortless authoring paradigm, embedded self-service, z-Engine and Smart Data Connectors, and cloud-ready microservices architecture.
Does this sound familiar? You started out building the analytics capabilities in your application yourself. Your requirements were basic and you were able to quickly create simple charts, graphs, and dashboards. But now end users are requesting more advanced features and you’re running into challenges from multiple directions.
Do you continue to allocate in-house development resources or is it time to look for a solution to buy? If you decide to buy, what are the next steps you should take to make the transition as smooth as possible?
Wherever you are in the process, join us for a webinar with Logi’s Senior Product Marketing Manager, Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, as he shares key considerations for staying on the build track or transitioning to a buy approach for analytics. We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each decision and provide a checklist to help you through the vendor evaluation process.
1.How to assess whether to stay on the build track for analytics
2.Tips for making the business case for investing in a third-party embedded solution
3. Actionable steps for transitioning from build to buy
Laura Klein, Principal at Users Know, Author of Build Better Products & UX for Lean Startups
Product Manager Laura Klein Explains How to Improve Your Analytics
No one makes poorly designed products on purpose. And yet we have so many of them in our lives. That's why Laura Klein, product manager and UX designer, has a set of tips to help application teams improve their embedded dashboards and reports. Join Laura as she offers prescriptive advice you can apply to your application, plus new ways to approach empathetic design.
1. How to develop products that boost your business's bottom line while dramatically improving customer experience
2. Ways to craft the experience that users will have with your application
3. The most common UX and UI mistakes for embedded dashboards and reports
Grant Brehm, Sr. Technical Account Manager, Logi Analytics
When your software application serves multiple tenants, data architecture is crucial. What are your options when considering data architecture for your multi-tenant application?
Join Grant Brehm, Sr. Technical Account Manager at Logi Analytics, as he reviews the most common data storage strategies—including a comingled database; a single database with multiple schemas; and separate database instances. Discover the pros and cons and learn what to look for in security, implementation, and long-term maintenance.
1. The pros and cons of 3 common data storage strategies
2. How to approach multi-tenant security
3. What to consider for implementation, data migration, support, management, and monitoring
Michael McLaughlin, Director, Data & Analytics, CPSI
CPSI started building their analytics from scratch before looking for a third-party solution and found a partner with Logi Analytics. Michael McLaughlin gives advice about how product managers can evaluate the build vs buy debate. Are you ready to embed analytics into your application? Visit logianalytics.com/demo for a demo.
Paul Kelly, VP, Energy Information Services, AvidXchange
Enhancing UI for customers with Logi was a lot easier and faster than building it from scratch. AvidXchange can deliver more value with customer data in their application. Are you ready to embed analytics into your application? See a demo: logianalytics.com/demo
Data mavericks come in all shapes and sizes, as do great product managers. While it’s tempting to hash together a solution with components for a proof of concept, serving a consistent, actionable story from your data requires a good analytics platform and a solid understanding of the fundamental principles of data storytelling.
When used correctly, the art of data storytelling can accelerate decision making and boost user engagement and adoption of analytic applications. It's an art that can be learned. Join data storytelling expert Mico Yuk, founder of BI Brainz, as she discusses why taking the build approach when embedding analytics is not sustainable for effective data storytelling.She’ll break it down by sharing a fun and simple Data Story Framework.
1. How to embrace the power of true data storytelling
2. The four parts of a compelling data story
3. How an analytics platform can simplify your data story and allow you to focus on the user experience
Embedded analytics puts relevant information and analytical tools directly in front of your users, allowing them to work more efficiently in the applications they use everyday. The most common analytics capabilities include dashboards, charts and reports, which generate new insights and actions for the end user.
Read more about embedded analytics at logianalytics.com/bi-trends/what-is-embedded-analytics/
Howard Dresner, Founder and Chief Research Officer, Dresner Advisory Services
In a very dense market of BI tools and technologies, it’s embedded analytics that is gaining increased popularity. As the name suggests, embedded analytics is the integration of dashboards, reports, and self-service analysis within business applications.
Join Howard Dresner, founder and chief research officer of Dresner Advisory Services, as he shares research and key findings from surveys of over 5,000 organisations. How important is Embedded BI in the overall market? Which technologies are taking modern applications to the next level?
1. The adoption of Embedded BI
2. The benefits and drawbacks of different BI business models
3. How to determine customer and end-user requirements
4. Evaluation criteria for selecting an Embedded BI platform
Tim Ward, Director of Product Strategy and Marketing, StarCompliance & Brian Brinkmann, VP of Product Marketing
A Roundtable Discussion on Embedded Dashboards & Reports
In less than a year, StarCompliance—a leading provider of regulatory compliance software for financial institutions—was able to evaluate, design, develop and release an advanced reporting and embedded analytics solution. They are on track to deliver two to three times more functionality than ever before and provide more insights to a new population of end users
How’d they do it? In this roundtable discussion, we speak with Tim Ward, Director of Product Strategy and Marketing at StarCompliance, about their journey to evaluate market need, define their business intelligence requirements, and how they chose to partner with Logi Analytics to accelerate their roadmap.
1. How StarCompliance determined and prioritized their analytics requirements based on customer need
2. Why they chose to buy an embedded analytics development platform instead of continuing to build analytics in house
3. What they were looking for when they vetted security in their technical evaluations of third-party tools
StarCompliance is on a mission to make compliance simple and easy. Trusted globally by enterprise financial institutions, the user-friendly STAR platform empowers organisations to achieve regulatory compliance while safeguarding their integrity and business reputations.
Kirk Borne, Principal Data Scientist, Booz Allen Hamilton
The speed at which data comes into organisations is fast and furious. Users of business applications want to quickly leverage this data to extract insights, make data-driven decisions, and take the best actions.
To achieve that value, software teams must be able to provide embedded analytics, dashboards, and reports while reducing friction, fragility, and fear for their end users.
Join us for a webinar with Dr. Kirk Borne, Principal Data Scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, to learn how embedded analytics is boosting data-driven applications.
1. How STELLAR Analytics boosts the ability of organizations to extract value from data. STELLAR Analytics includes (S) Streaming Analytics, (T) Team Analytics, (E) Edge Analytics, (L) Location Analytics, (L) Learning Business System Analytics, (A) Agile Analytics, and (R) Related-entity Analytics.
2. How embedded analytics addresses the friction, fragility, and fear in data-driven applications
3. Strategies for managing large quantities of data
Data visualization encompasses more than just bar and pie charts. Learn how to display the right visualization for the right data and discover how to make them look modern by leveraging other libraries.
Join the webinar for a technical demonstration of how to effectively display data and guide your users to new insights.
Operational reports help organisations present and distribute information to the right people, in the right format, and in a timeframe that supports their business needs. However, if operational reports are cumbersome or difficult to read, the benefits can vanish quickly.
Today, reporting requirements are more complex–outdated tools are no longer meeting end user expectations.
Join our webinar to discover why and how organisations are modernizing their operational reports.
1. Complex needs of common reporting scenarios
2. Five modern operational reporting features
3. An example of an organisation that transformed their operational reporting
Logi Analytics empowers the world’s software teams with the most intuitive, developer-grade embedded analytics solutions and a team of dedicated people invested in your success. Logi leverages your existing tech stack, so you can quickly build, manage and deploy your application. And because Logi supports unlimited customization and white-labeling, you have total control to make the application uniquely your own.
Over 2,200 application teams have trusted the Logi platform to help power their businesses with sophisticated analytics capabilities. Logi Analytics is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in Ireland, England, Ukraine, and China. Learn more about what’s possible with Logi at LogiAnalytics.com.