You will be able to update the charts and layouts without any technical training. You can update the content as often as required to keep it relevant to your needs.

Yes. The dashboard is fully web-enabled and secure logins can be provided over the web. This allows you to share restricted content with third parties.

Yes. The dashboard can combine data from multiple data sources, giving you a full view of all your company data

You can call a web service from the dashboard to update data in your source application.

Yes. You can drill through from the Panintelligence dashboard into other web-enabled applications. For example, you can drill down to transactional data and then out to the source application.

No. The Panintelligence dashboard connects directly to most SQL databases, these can be OLTP or Data Warehouses, or a mixture of both. No data is moved as part of our dashboard, and no data is stored locally on the client.

The user models their data dictionary in the dashboard which then uses this ‘data connection’ to connect to the underlying database(s). However if the underlying OLTP database is especially complex, or if you are consolidating data from multiple disparate systems, or dealing with very large amounts of data (hundreds of millions of rows) then a Data Warehouse may be desirable.

No. The dashboard connects to the server to retrieve data. Your data is never copied from the database to the device. The database is only accessed from the application tier of the dashboard server and is therefore kept securely and well away from the web tier.

Yes, the Mobile dashboard will run on any device with a browser that supports SVG. On some older devices this might mean using a different (free) browser such as Opera; however SVG is supported native on most current platforms. Please click on the following link for further information http://caniuse.com/svg.

Yes, the Panintelligence dashboard can connect to views and treats them in the same way as tables.

Not directly. However users can create views that reference stored/packaged procedures and connect the dashboard to those views.

Yes. Indeed this is one of the most popular ways to deploy the dashboard, enabling our clients to share data not only with remote workers but also with their partners, customers and suppliers. Charts can be dynamically filtered by user logon, so the user will only see data that refers to them, without the need to built separate charts for each user.

Yes, you can connect to SQL based ‘Cloud’ services such as Amazon RDS. We can seamlessly connect to ‘NoSQL’ databases such as Mongo, Amazon, Hadoop.

Yes. The default colours can be changed via a style sheet to match your corporate branding and you can even display multiple logos driven by the user logon, for example.