At Logi, we like to think of ourselves as “The Power Behind Possible.” But what does that mean? And more importantly, what does that mean to you?
For us, it means we know a lot about embedded analytics and how they can help software teams. And we want to share that knowledge with people like you. People with big, bold ideas.
As for you, we know you and your team are looking to create amazing software applications to drive revenue and delight your end users. You enjoy thinking up impossible things and trying to figure out how to make them real.
That’s why we’re excited to announce our new customer program: Logi Spark. This program will help educate our customers and create a community between all Logi users. How are others using Logi? What are different use cases that can be applied to your product?
To kick off the program, we are launching a monthly newsletter created just for you. Need new ways to leverage Logi and build your expertise? We’re sending it straight to your inbox. Each month we’ll be rounding up the latest best practices and tutorials from our designers, web developers, and support engineers.
We hope the information in this newsletter can help power some of your ideas into existence. Or maybe even spark a couple of new ones.
The first newsletter will be launching this week. You can sign up here. In the meantime, check out some highlights below.
From the Logi Blog
This step-by-step guide will teach you how to set up a Logi Analytics multi-tenant environment with separate databases for each tenant.
Good data storytelling allows an end user to view data in a flow that not only gives them insight to what their data means, but allows them to critically think about how that data can affect their business decisions. We talked to Mico Yuk, CEO of BI Brainz, to gather some best practices and mistakes to avoid with data storytelling in the context of embedded BI.
The job of software teams never ends. If you’re a product manager or developer, you’re asked to build cutting-edge applications that solves complex challenges. You face near-impossible timelines, limited budgets, dwindling resources—and then you do it again. And again. It’s a tale as old as time—so we told it.
When Youmanage came to Logi, they were frustrated with the homegrown analytics in their HR software solution. Learn how they improved customer satisfaction and increased deal size.
Tips + Tricks
Logi’s senior UX designer, Brian Brandenburg, shares dashboard design best practices. What common mistakes should you avoid?
What’s the secret to white-labeling your dashboards and reports? Ellis Carroll, customer success engineer at Logi, outlines the critical elements to creating a cohesive and seamless user experience.
Looking for developer resources? Don’t forget to check Logi DevNet – the online Logi community.
Assess the state of your current dashboards and reports. Then get tips on creating analytics your end users will love.
What does it take to build an application with analytics at its core? We talked to 16 thought leaders about emerging trends, dashboard design tips, best practices for conducting user interviews, and much more. Read the guide for their insights.