Three consecutive years of record-breaking sales and incessant internal growth, an offshoot of a tremendous increase in direct and partner sales, culminated in iDashboards celebrating 2010 as the most successful year in company history.
A leader in Business Intelligence Dashboard software, iDashboards has doubled not only its revenue in 2010, but also its employee count.
Dashboards help business users to instantly access, analyze and drilldown through a wealth of information for effective decision-making and iDashboards has helped companies achieve greater productivity, accountability and superior performance management. The successful launch of both iDashboards Enterprise Edition Version 7.0 and the iDashboards X platform, which includes alerts, analytics and reports has transformed the arena of Business Intelligence and taken it to a higher level.
During the 2010 World Cup tournament, the 2010 NCAA Basketball Tournament and 2010 Winter Olympics, iDashboards tracked the events using dashboard applications of the highest order.
As industry seems to be moving towards more platform-based dashboard solutions and vendors now actively promoting this position, the need for a user-friendly business intelligence platform has become more immediate. iDashboards has taken this opportunity to further its worldwide expansion. Its customer base, which includes a broad spectrum of industry also includes small and medium-sized businesses.
In a press release, Shadan Malik, CEO of iDashboards said, "iDashboards has matured into a comprehensive business intelligence platform, while maintaining a Flash-based user-friendly front-end. We are thrilled with our remarkable success in 2010 and anticipate even stronger growth in 2011."
iDashboards is privately held and headquartered in Troy, Mich.
In a related news release, iDashboards announced the availability of iDashboards X Platform, the newest version of its flagship enterprise BI dashboard solution. Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jaclyn Allard