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3 Challenges of Building Complex Dashboards with Open Source Components

The first instinct for many software companies is to build exactly what they want with the help of chart components and open source code libraries. This works for some organisations that think their users don’t have complex requirements. But with dashboards and reports, the trigger point often hinges around understanding and mapping user flows. A one-size-fits-all experience just doesn’t cut it when you have a growing customer base and serve multiple user personas who are trying to achieve different outcomes.

Join Ryan MacCarrigan, founding principal of Lean Studio, to learn how to approach the build vs. buy debate when launching your analytics project. What are some key considerations to think about that can save you time and money down the road?

You'll learn:

1. How to reduce customer churn with user persona-segmented dashboards

2. The challenges of building with open-source component libraries

3. Lessons learned from real product teams
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