Data Visualization and Decisions

Data Visualization is not only an important factor but a necessity in running any type of business successfully, It gives the management a summary of every stage and eventually helps in better decisions. Our team has been involved in various largescale industrial application in helping the clients in better decisions with help of cutting-edge data visualization tools and technologies.

Visualization is the key component in the drive to be agile, competitive and effective. As businesses grow, it becomes very difficult to manage data being generated regularly. This in turn creates a road-block for data-driven enterprises who wish to harness their data for driving business decision making. Also, the siloing effect and biased reporting structures across enterprises create a situation, where key decision makers are forced to take decisions based on partially correct data.

This is why business intelligent systems are being embraced to a great extent. Putting an analytical system in place to effectively analyse data helps an enterprise discover useful information, suggest conclusion and support enhanced decision making.


Amlgo helps you to develop the smarter visualizations that help the management to take quick decisions correctly. We develop the solutions with features like - solutions that allow enterprises to easily visualize and analyse their enterprise data to transform their operations.

Building Robust Solutions

Steps we follow -

  • Step 1: Initial call to understand business problem and how we can help.
  • Step 2: Sign NDA.
  • Step 3: Data analysis to understand the kind of data you have for the project.
  • Step 4: Build a POC which is like an MVP for dashboards, Trends and KPIs that you can test.
  • Step 5: Implement the system in production.
  • Step 6: Ongoing maintenance as needed.
  • Tools we support

    1

    Tableau

    Tableau is often regarded as the grand master of data visualization software and for good reason. Tableau has a very large customer base of 57,000+accounts across many industries due to its simplicity of use and ability to produce interactive visualizations far beyond those provided by general BI solutions. It is particularly well suited to handling the huge and very fast-changing datasets which are used in Big Data operations, including artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.

    2

    Power BI

    Power BI is a business analytics solution that lets you visualize your data and share insights across your organization, or embed them in your app or website. Connect to hundreds of data sources and bring your data to life with live dashboards and reports.






    3

    Qlikview

    Qlik with their Qlikview tool is the other major player in this space and Tableau’s biggest competitor. The vendor has over 40,000 customer accounts across over 100 countries, and those that use it frequently cite its highly customizable setup and wide feature range as a key advantage. This however can mean that it takes more time to get to grips with and use it to its full potential.

    4

    Fusion Charts

    This is a very widely-used, JavaScript-based charting and visualization package that has established itself as one of the leaders in the paid-for market. It can produce 90 different chart types and integrates with a large number of platforms.


    5

    Plotly

    Plotly enables more complex and sophisticated visualizations, thanks to its integration with analytics-oriented programming languages such as Python, R and Matlab. It is built on top of the open source d3.js visualization libraries for JavaScript.