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Bullseye KPI Dashboards

Bullseye KPI Dashboards


Bullseye KPI Dashboards

What is a Dashboard?


In managing of information systems, a visual display – consisting of reports, scorecards, graphs – of the supremely significant information needed to achieve one or more goal or objectives. All these visual reports are amalgamated and organized on a single screen so the information can be monitored at a glance, this single screen is referred to as a Dashboard.


What is a Web Part?


Each module or report type on a Dashboard is referred to as a Web Part. Each of these Web Parts maintains a display via a backend data source. These Web Parts can be interconnected to function together or can function independently; collectively they provide details on your organizations current performance.


How can Dashboards be important for your Business?


KPI Dashboards allow managers to monitor the contribution of the various departments in their organization. To measure exactly how well your organization is performing over all, Dashboards provide at-a-glance snapshot of the performances in each department through KPIs.


Additional prominent benefits of Dashboards are:

  • Ability to identify and correct negative trends
  • Measure efficiencies/inefficiencies
  • Ability to make more informed decisions based on collected business intelligence
  • Align strategies and organizational goals
  • Saves time compared to running multiple reports
  • Web based views allow access to KPIs from any location.


Overview of KPI Dashboards


Features & Benefits


Customize Your Own

  • Flexible interface provides views based on your organizational objectives.
  • Separate metrics into relevant areas (financial, operational, management, etc.)
  • Improve corporate communication through management views to relevant information.
  • Maximize performance based on quick insight into specific areas of concern.

Visualized Data

  • Instant views of financial data displayed by your organization’s key areas.
  • View data through a variety of chart types and KPI dials.
  • Track income and expenses to determine potential surpluses and/or shortfalls.
  • New financial data becomes available immediately when uploaded to the system.


  • Modify views as needed through addition or deletion of dashboard KPI dials and charts.
  • Instantly update relevant organizational information such as adding or reassigning functional areas.
  • No need to wait for a database update for information to become current.
  • Allows you to control your organizations performance management requirements.