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Definition: Digital Dashboard
Due to the advent of World Wide Web and other digital forms of information, we have access to large volumes of data which causes information overload. Digital Dashboard is an Active Server page (ASP) which is used to create simpler web parts.
Digital Dashboard is a container which provides consolidated information. It is a web-page containing one or more web-parts.
A web-part is a module, or individual object containing Extensible Markup Language (XML), HTML, VB Script, Java Script. When we load the dashboard, the web-parts are displayed.
We can also set the permissions while creating a dashboard, so that users can have control over the dashboard’s content.
You can create a digital dashboard using any of three developers mentioned below:
Using the Digital Dashboard Resource Kit
Using Microsoft Office XP Developer
Using a SharePoint Portal Server
In an organization, Digital Dashboard can be used to provide in-depth analysis of business along with consolidated information across the organization. It can also show trends, activities, department structure, key performance indicators, etc.
Or in other words, Digital Dashboard is a graphical representation or a real time user-interface of the organization’s trends and activities.
Detailed analysis can be done by managers
Identify and remove inefficiencies
Overall visibility of the system
Saves time due to a single consolidated report
Managers can make informed decisions (business intelligence)