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Syncfusion’s New Dashboard Platform Offers Features for Developers and Execs

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syncby Angela Guess

A recent article out of the company reports, “Syncfusion, Inc., the developer solutions company of choice, today announced the release of a major update to the Syncfusion Dashboard Platform. The platform’s visuals have been constructed with an emphasis on modern design and mobile functionality. Dashboards created with the platform represent the current trends of 2016 and are perfectly at home on today’s devices. Development is easier, too, as Syncfusion’s powerful designer features superior drag-and-drop capability. ‘The Syncfusion Dashboard Platform is a transformational product in many ways,’ said Daniel Jebaraj, Syncfusion vice president. ‘It is becoming increasingly vital for companies to deploy dashboards across the breadth and depth of their organizations. Dashboards are perhaps the most important piece of software deployed, since they allow stakeholders to get a reading on vital metrics at any time’.”

The article continues, “The Syncfusion Dashboard Platform integrates with systems such as Active Directory, making it easy and safe to share interactive dashboards and edit them on the web. Additionally, Syncfusion’s commitment to making big data solutions available to organizations of all sizes has carried over to the dashboard platform. The Syncfusion Dashboard Platform works with hundreds of millions of data points, offering unparalleled power. Data can be imported from most popular sources, including Apache Spark, Microsoft Excel, relational databases, and more. All of this comes at a cost that is as much as 80% lower than competitive products. For small organizations, the Syncfusion Community License makes the dashboard platform available at no cost.”

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