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What does a “Dashboard” mean?

Dashboard (also called dash, instrument panel, or fascia) set within the central console of a vehicle displays to the driver at a glance instrumentation and controls for the vehicle’s operation. Similarly, Business Dashboards provide various gauges that are readouts of how the business “engine” is performing. These gauges read what business analysts and managers call Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), or measurable numbers that are used to determine business success and failure, all visualized simultaneously on the same screen to help decision makers understand tradeoffs in multiple dimensions. Different from traditional spreadsheets, Business Dashboards are interactive, allowing users to drill into particular aspects of the display or switch between facets or views of the data. Decision makers can discover trends and patterns from the data, and formulate corresponding strategies for effective management more easily.

Can AutoBizight connect to the e-commerce platform I’m using, retrieve my data from it, and perform analysis automatically?

You can:
– export your data from your sales platform to your personal computer in CSV or EXCEL format;
– make use of AutoBizight’s “Data Conversion” function, match your fields, and import data to our platform step by step;
– upon successful data conversion, you can then upload this AutoBizight compatible data file for analysis.
(With regards to the above procedure, please refer to “Get Started” in the navigation pane on the left side of the window after logging in.)

When I upload sensitive business metrics and customer data for analysis, what does AutoBizight do to ensure data security??

Being the developer of AutoBizight, Rainbow Tech information (H.K.) Limited attaches utmost importance to your right to privacy and the protection of your personal data.  For further details on how Rainbow Tech collects and processes your personal information through your use of AutoBizight’s webpages and services, please refer to the “Privacy Policy” section in our webpage.

How do I know if AutoBizight’s Dashboard is suitable for my business?

Regardless the nature of your business, as long as it comes with quantifiable metrics to support an objective performance assessment,
AutoBizight’s clear and interactive Dashboards will definitely help you out if you are ready to crush your goals. You can stay abreast of your business performance, inefficiencies and growth opportunities; plan, adjust, and deliver optimal strategic initiatives based on their effectiveness. AutoBizight is launching four Dashboard Templates in three package plans, giving you a clear analysis basis, across sales performance and customer behavior, to support data-driven decision making in your pursuit of optimal resource allocation.

How do I choose the best template for my business? How do AutoBizight’s existing templates differ from one to another?

The different designs of AutoBizight, for example, Sales Reports (including MTD, Monthly, and Yearly), have different preset “Date Range” and a variety of perspectives available for analysis. You can apply your desirable duration and reconfigurable filters to track progress and derive insights towards roadmap completion.

For example, “MTD Sales Report” helps keep track of your business performance on a daily basis over a relatively short duration. For those who need to determine the peak and off-peak selling season takes place, “Yearly Sales Report” exploring up and down turns over a longer period shall serve the purpose. To know more about the features and particular functions our dashboards portray, please refer to the “Features >> Our Dashboards” section in our webpage.

How do I get started with AutoBizight’s data visualization service?

You may move on to subscribe to your preferred Service Plan;
or go for the 30-DAY FREE TRIAL to experience AutoBizight’s benefits first hand,
then pay to renew annually upon expiry.

Once my data is “visualized” in charts or graphs, can they be saved and shared with other people?

Our data security consideration entails the security of data and system resources against unauthorized access. Therefore we will only allow the Account Owner of AutoBizight’s basic packages, authenticated by a unique User ID and password, to access our subscribed services, which shall include logging in to the AutoBizight platform, using our data visualization services, and reviewing of the self-created, interactive reports. If Account Owner wishes to share those reports with others, he/she may consider to employ AutoInsight’s “Enterprise Solution”, where major Account Owner will be able to define “Designated Users” (up to the maximum number of users specified in the contract) and delegate access rights among them.
The access sharing feature will also be available to the “Advanced” service packages of AutoBizight currently under development. Please stay tuned for further updates.

I have multiple Sales Channels in use at the same time. Will AutoBizight integrate data from all channels and show me a comprehensive, full picture of my business?

AutoBizight can collectively or individually display data sourced from omni channels, allowing you to conduct sales performance analysis from different perspectives.
When importing data to our service platform, create your sales channels one after the other, then upload your dataset to the corresponding channel created. AutoBizight will integrate these data coming from different pipelines, and turn them into curated visualizations and dashboards as expected.

Can I use the same (authenticated) email address to login my account on different devices and plot Dashboards at the same time? Will the Dashboards created or edited be synchronized across all devices?

You can edit your dashboards anytime, anywhere with any computer/device,
but all the work you have performed on the service platform will only be saved by that device you last logged in with your valid User ID. If you want to switch to alternate device for dashboard creation, you must “RE-LOGIN” on the new device to continue editing from where you left off previously. The dashboard saved during your last login session (i.e. the latest version) will then be shown on the platform under “My Dashboard(s)”, regardless of what device you employed.

My dataset is incomplete with missing values.
Though required (as seen in the schema of AutoBizight’s dataset templates), I cannot fill out all the fields owing to lack of data.
Can an incomplete dataset like this get through format validation?
Can I still get my data visualized in the form of graphs, charts or even dashboards from such?

When you upload the dataset arise from “Data Conversion” to AutoBizight, you are proceeding to the process of “Data Validation”.
During the course of validation, the system will prompt you on data integrity (quality) and adaptability to specific requirements, which you would need to answer respectively.
(For example, when empty cells or null values are detected, are they left blank owing to lack of data, or being missed out unintentionally?
Or, when entries of particular “Order Date + Order ID” in your updated data file are found duplicating the old file’s, should old records be overwritten by the lately uploaded? You would need to answer all those questions to move on.)
After going through “Data Validation”, AutoBizight will visualize your imported data in the form of Chart/Graph Widgets and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) on the dashboard template you selected.
In the cases where “completely filling out all cells on the spreadsheet” is a prerequisite for specific chart plotting, if your dataset is submitted with null or missing values, that widget/KPI designated slot on the dashboard will be blank, denoted by the words “No Data” or “N/A”.

On top of the sales metrics, I do have some additional data that I want to upload to AutoBizight. However, using the dataset templates provided, I cannot find sufficient or corresponding columns (fieldnames) to accommodate my additional data. What can I do to cope with this?

All AutoBizight dashboard templates come with 5 “Custom Columns”, where you can insert information on top of those we have already covered. During “Data Conversion”, our default schema will bundle in these new fields, named and defined by yourself, allowing easy, repetitive use in future.

What should I do if I notice an error on my dataset during the uploading process?

You can re-upload your “REVISED” data when correction is completed. At time of uploading, once “Data Validation” is commenced, you will see an alert telling you that, your newly uploaded records are duplicating the existing ones in a certain date range. All you need to do is check the box “Replace Old Data”, your old records will then be overwritten by the new input.

If I have no “Product Cost” figures to render in the first place, can I make it up in future uploads when the data becomes available?

After logging in, you may select “Dataset Patching” from the navigation panel located on the left side of the window, and follow the steps to import your product cost figures, which will supplement your current data for more insights to be derived.

Data analysis tools in the market needs only Sales Data generally . Why does AutoBizight asks for my product cost figures to plot dashboards?

AutoBizight is distinguished from other products in the market by its distinctive “Profit Analysis” function. Provision of product costs enables profit calculation. Having a firm grip on costs figures is equivalent to understanding how efficiently resources are utilized to produce your deliverables as planned.

I uploaded my online store’s sales data to track its performance on a dashboard. To fit my angles of analysis, I have made adjustments to reconfigure the “Filter” setting of my chosen dashboard. Can I keep these changes as my own “Preferences” and save as my “Exclusive Template” so that I can apply on other datasets? Or can I only choose from AutoBizight’s default templates to create dashboard every time?

When you have got some new data on hand to supplement the current data source, it means you have to go through the “Data Conversion” process again for the new data to be inserted. Your new data (say, sourced from Sales Channel B) will be merging with
the existing data (say, Sales Channel A) into one single, consolidated dataset ready for use in the subsequent data visualization stage.
Once dashboards are created with the combined data, you may filter out the data of Channel A or B for close monitoring of either one, using the “Filter Configuration” feature embedded in the dashboard, or even juxtapose their performance side by side for comparison. This way you don’t have to separately reconfigure for any additional dataset injected.
(With regards to the above procedure, please refer to “Get Started” in the navigation pane on the left side of the window after logging in.)