Definition - What does Digital Dashboard mean?
A digital dashboard is an electronic interface used to acquire and consolidate data across an organization. A digital dashboard provides in-depth business analysis, while providing a real-time snapshot of department productivity, trends and activities and key performance indicators, etc. A digital dashboard is also known as a dashboard, traffic dashboard and traffic dash
Techopedia explains Digital Dashboard
The digital dashboard concept evolved from a popular 1970s process of observing decision support system formats. As Web usage exploded during the 1990s, digital dashboard systems were developed to combine data reporting and facilitate smooth business operations and decisions. When done well, a digital dashboard is a tool that helps an organization efficiently develop analytical goals and strategies.
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