Dashboards & Reports
Dashboards and reports are core to delivering information.
Logi Info enables app developers to quickly create and deploy interactive dashboards, reports, and visual analytics for any number of users. With Logi, end-users can discover new insights and author dashboards and reports without the help of IT—they can select from managed data sources, visualize data in intuitive ways, create dashboards and reports via drag-and-drop, and easily share and schedule reports from a central interface.
Information portals are ideal for displaying data from disparate systems in a single place where anyone can access the data and applications needed to do their work.
Portals created with Logi connect to any data source and any application in order to present and distribute information to any audience. Logi integrates with any security model to adopt the user rights and roles already established. Access is provided on any device in a scalable, secure, and personalized way.
Interactive Mobile Apps
Logi applications are available to all users regardless of device, avoiding the high cost of platform-specific development.
Because Logi produces industry-standard HTML5 output, our rich interactive applications are instantly accessible on Apple iOS, Google Android, and Windows mobile devices. Logi optimizes the use of mobile device screens through a responsive user interface and provides the touch interactivity today’s users demand.
Logi Info applications can also be embedded within native mobile apps, offering the same functionality and interactivity as the browser-based content.
Operational Front Ends
Legacy operational systems are often limited by their clunky interfaces, lack of extensibility, and inability to integrate with other applications.
Logi addresses these limitations by giving users a clean, intuitive way to access information from secure web interfaces and interact with one or more systems. In addition, data can be streamed in real time to provide up-to-the-second views of vital metrics.
With support for database write-back, integrated workflows, and process initiation, users can update source systems to maintain systems of record while staying within the context of the application.