We have just released version 1.5 of Atlas Insights for all platforms which includes Apple iPhone/iPad and Mac, Google Android and Windows (Desktop, Phone Hub). Included in this new updates are scorecard enhancements to include thresholds for Green, Yellow and Red, you pick what colors are used on your charts, integration with cloud drives from Microsoft, Google and Dropbox, along with a new Web version of Atlas available to customers of the Professional subscription.
If you are looking for a business intelligence productivity gain in your business, Atlas Insights is your best bet. We cover every device available on all leading platforms which none of the large vendors are providing. We also provide the quickest way of getting your data into Atlas without having a fleet of consultants to do a large data warehousing project.
At Atlas Insights, we are innovating and focusing on a #mobilefirst experience that extends to the desktop. Every day we think about what if business intelligence has been done wrong for the last 10 years and we create and innovate from there. We believe you will find Atlas easier to use, easier to load your data and easier to monitor your business than any other business intelligence solution in the market place.
PS: Ask yourself why the other big business intelligence vendors don’t show their app on all these major platforms. The answer? They can’t!
In my years of doing business intelligence, one thing has been constant. Reporting and Dashboards haven’t changed in nearly 25 years. Sure, there are some new chart types and animations, but that is about it. This type of reporting solution has been fine for the Boomer Generation and half of the X-Generation, but not the Millennials.
Wow, that is a crazy statement, right?! Nope. This new generation of business information workers look at data differently than the previous generations. Does this new generation of business workers get excited to sit down and fire up SAP, IBM or Oracle applications? I don’t think so! They basically consume nearly 80% of their business information via a mobile phone which means information needs to be accurate, informational and in an instant.
“Dashboards and data have to be re-thought for the next 10 years!”
When building my new Atlas Insights app, I wanted to provide this new generation of information worker with access to metrics in minutes that other traditional vendors provide in weeks or month. I focused on building an app for EVERY platform and that includes iOS, OSX, Android, Windows and Web so that no matter where a person might me, their metrics are available to them. The metric tiles are instant views into the heartbeat of the business. The metrics become your living business logic nutted down into a view you can see and understand in seconds and make the right decision.
That is why Atlas Insights is completely different than ANY business intelligence reporting solution from the BIG vendors. As proven many times in technology history, innovation comes from the little startup that is agile and not the big elephant in the room who is slow.
Go!… NOW!!! Download for ANY computing device you own!
Have fun! Patrick
When the big business intelligence vendors built their self-serve tools, they all focused on the desktop experiences which includes web. Mobile was just an after thought to all of them and as mobile got more important, they all tried to force their dashboard experiences onto mobile devices, which we all know resulted in a big fail.
Seriously, if you have an Windows Phone and really want to use it for business besides using it for email. Go download Atlas Insights and get started having your most important data wherever you are. Atlas was created with the mindset of “Mobile First” which truly makes our app the only solution for delivering your business data anywhere your employees might be.
We’re giving away FREE 6-month subscriptions, download and sign up now!
Enjoy the day, Patrick
PS: Also available for iOS, OSX and Android too!
Just how true is that statement? It is probably in the top 5 issues in every business around the world. If you don’t know your numbers, how do you know you’re on budget? If you don’t know your numbers, how do you know how much your product costs to produce? If you don’t know your numbers, how do you know what each person contributes to the bottom line? I could go on…
After 5 months of non-stop development and testing, I’m happy to announce the launch of Atlas Insights for Apple (iPhone/iPad, MAC), Google Android, Windows (Desktop, Phone, Hub). Atlas is focus on making your business more agile when it comes to getting the data that matters most out to your employees so that they can make better decisions faster.
Browse on over to AtlasBI.com to learn more how Atlas can make your business better and download for the many platforms we support. It is FREE to use for Public metrics and a super small monthly subscription to enable the sharing of Private metrics with your business associates.
Atlas Insights will completely make you re-think the importance of having your most important data everywhere you are.
Email me your feedback and enjoy the day! Patrick
Please visit http://AtlasBI.com to download
The preview of our Atlas Insights business intelligence app is going very well. We are heads down cleaning up some of the remaining bugs and creating content for the launch. We will completely change how small, medium and large business track and monitor their most important private and public metrics. We are scaling it up and scaling it out and all for the fractions of cost compared to other competitors.
Enjoy the day, Patrick
I know some people would say “WHY?”. But my answer would be Why Not?! Why wouldn’t you provide your solution to as many platforms as possible.
I really like Windows Phone, after you get beyond the START screen experience, and I believe HTC just proved it. I believe one is more inviting than the other based on using the same hardware.
I believe with Windows 8, the START experience (modern) proved to be the wrong experience so applying it to every device (phone, desktop and xbox) is probably the wrong thing to do.
Taking out the religious war of mobile os you support, just look at it from a first glance and what do you think?