There is no shortage of resources to help bring your data to life through interactive dashboards. Often overlooked, though, is the nuance required to successfully implement a self-service suite of reports. For most audiences, understanding the importance of the data is not enough to drive interaction with a self-service tool. The tool must spark their curiosity; it must allow the audience to draw meaningful comparisons between themselves (or their org) and some benchmark. But, what do you do if no meaningful benchmark exists?
Join the Research Triangle Analysts Meetup on September 18th as Paul McHale leads a discussion on driving user adoption (interacting with the data versus observing) and finding meaningful comparisons within your data in the absence of benchmarks.----