Export to PowerPoint Feature – Dundas Bi Jeff Hainsworth, from Dundas BI, explores Enterprise Cloud’s export to PowerPoint functionality from within their platform! This innovation means you can now generate editable PowerPoint charts/ Excel reports, as well as Google Slides and sheets documents from your online dashboards! Enterprise Cloud is a cloud-based report and […]Webinar – Dashboard Success With Edison Research!
Dashboard Success With Edison Research There is an increasing demand for visually appealing, interactive access to survey results in market research. Online dashboards can provide a great reporting solution, but what truly makes for a successful dashboard? In this webinar hosted by E-Tabs, Benjamin Rietti and guest presenter Nicole Beniamini from Edison Research, outline the […]WIN World Survey Dashboard, Presented By E-Tabs
WIN World Survey Dashboard, Presented by E-Tabs E-Tabs are once again delighted to collaborate with WIN to report the annual WIN survey. WIN, the Worldwide Independent Network of Market Research and Opinion Poll, is a global network conducting market research and opinion polls in every continent, and the WIN World Survey (WWS) is the international survey carried […]Spotlight On Dashboard Service
Spotlight on Dashboard Service This month we’re chatting to Sanford Busse, Associate Director of Data Visualization. What does the Dashboard Service team do, and what’s your role within it? The Dashboard Service team provides online dashboards that are bespoke and responsive to the needs of every market research project. Our service is a complete end […]Don’t Be a DRIP! (Data Rich, Insight Poor)
Don’t be a DRIP (Data Rich, Insight Poor) Having attended a raft of conferences this year, I see countless presentations delivered where the theme is the need for market research to fight for its place at the ‘table’ and integrate itself more into an organization. However, little is spoken about how that can be achieved, […]What Is Bespoke?
What is bespoke? Whilst reading a book about the differences between American and British English, I came across a discussion about the meaning of the word “bespoke”. Whilst it is used more in Britain than America, both groups agree that this is a term that is often misused. Many craftsmen offering a bespoke service get […]