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Feb 19th, 2015

This week Logi held a webinar, where our experts outlined the differences between an analytics platform and a data discovery tool, and shared tips for adopting a sustainable BI strategy that evolves with company needs. If you missed it, you can listen to the recording here.

To help give you a bit more detail on the constraints an out of the box tool puts on a company's BI growth, we've developed the below infographic. Do you feel your BI tool can support your evolving needs?

Feb 11th, 2015

BI BoxYour analytics needs are going change – it’s just the nature business. Though at first, only a small handful of executives may need to analyze high-level data, down the road different departments and business users may wish to analyze their own data, create their own reports and collaborate with team members.

All too often, we encounter prospects who were charmed by a vendor’s flashy visualizations and didn’t think past their initial implementation. They get stuck in what we like to call the BI Box – and it’s costly to get out.

The majority of out-of-the-box applications on the market have almost no extensibility outside of what’s already built in, which means you won’t be able to add custom capabilities later on, even as your needs evolve. In order for a BI

Feb 10th, 2015

AWS LogoWe’re excited to announce that Logi Vision, our visual analytics solution, is now available on-demand in the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Marketplace.

Cloud-based analytics and dashboards have become increasingly popular, as it enables business user workgroups to analyze data on-demand and make immediate business decisions, regardless of their location. Moreover, as business users increasingly request access to self-service analytics tools, Logi Vision for AWS offers an accessible way for users to analyze data and share insights with minimal IT involvement.

Visual Analytics for less than $2 per hour

Deploy Logi Vision on AWS (EC2) for less than the price of your morning latte, and allow

Jan 22nd, 2015

Thanks again to all that joined our recent Art of Dashboard Design webinar. We did not have time to get to all of the great questions that were asked, so I wanted to run through them and share my thoughts.

1. What is the difference between UI/UX?
Dashboard ExampleI’ll preface this by saying that if you ask 10 UX designers this question you will likely get 20+ different answers. That said, user experience encompasses everything about how a particular design functions: from where a particular item is; to how large it is when compared with other elements; to what (if anything) happens if you click or tap on it, and much more.

User interface is an important component of user experience, in that how something looks affects if and how a