Prodesign with nearly six years of project management and application development experience has harnessed the capability of Microsoft Power BI and Project Online to create dynamic, insightful dashboards that will provide your program and project managers eye-catching visuals that facilitate improved decision making.
With Microsoft Power BI and our easy-to-understand Dashboards, your organization will gain visibility into the data that often goes unnoticed.
Choose from an in-depth library of visualization tools — we tend to decision them Widgets — to assist you to articulate your information. style your dashboards to dazzle your team and shoppers together with your summary, pleasing and impactful displays.
A table is a grid that contains related data in a logical series of rows and columns. It may also contain headers and a row for totals
Treemaps are charts of colored rectangles, with size representing value. They can be hierarchical, with rectangles nested within the main rectangles
A Indicator is a visual cue that communicates the amount of progress made toward a measurable goal
A gauge chart has a circular arc and displays a single value that measures progress toward a goal. The goal, or target value, is represented by the line (needle)
Ribbon charts show which data category has the largest value. Ribbon charts are effective at showing rank change, with the highest value always displayed on top for each time period.
Funnels help visualize a process that has stages, and items flow sequentially from one stage to the next
Bar charts are the standard for looking at a specific value across different categories.
The basic area chart is based on the line chart with the area between the axis and line filled in. Area charts emphasize the magnitude of change over time, and can be used to draw attention to the total value across a trend