Because embedded dashboards provide easy-to-read data reports and give customers actionable insights.
Embedded analytics also present you with opportunities — like driving revenue and improving customer retention. And because the industry is growing continuously, embedded dashboards suggest a high-value return on investment(ROI).
Let's look at some examples of embedded dashboards used by several types of businesses.
Developing a scalable embedded analytics toolchain is challenging, especially when managing massive amounts of data from different sources. The company's extensive data pipeline consists of its application DB (Postgres on Heroku), PostHog DB, and Snowflake.
The admin users analyze and sort data to find ways to improve the program. It limited their ability to make recommendations and create new data visualizations immediately.
Explo’s platform streamlines requests based on customer feedback, reports, and insights.
It collects member engagement data from Gather's applications and databases
It then routes the data to customizable embedded dashboards
Using Explo's scalable customer-facing analytics dashboards, Gather Learning was able to visualize its mission of bringing people together through learning.
Gather provided clients with accelerated embedded dashboard creation and data sharing. It also saved countless dev hours by utilizing Explo's low-code interface.
Scott Lowe, Gather's Head of Engineering, said, “We were able to plug Snowflake into Explo, which embeds back into our UI. We write SQL queries directly into Explo and use their drag & drop UI to set up dashboards that we embed.”
“I’d definitely recommend this toolchain for anyone looking to speed up the velocity on their dashboard iterations — especially if there is a PM or analyst on your team who knows SQL.”
3. Financial Services Company
About the Company
A large financial services company offers several online intelligence services to publicly-traded companies worldwide.
The company already has a product. So, all it wants to do is give its customers a convenient way to work with data. Their end goal is to add intelligent analytics and insights for their customers.
Therefore, the solution must be able to take information from other sources and combine it with their own to create value.
The company implemented interactivereporting into its platform. This allowed their customers to combine and analyze data in real-time.
This made data manipulation and interpretation possible — improving the quality of data insights and making it easier to communicate results across the organization. Other Examples of Explo's Embedded Dashboard Solutions
Tydo's DTC Metrics
Tydo, a company that organizes complex data for DTC brands into rich and intuitive dashboards, uses Explo to create dashboards for their direct-to-consumer clients. The dashboards show difficult-to-calculate but mission-critical metrics clearly and concisely.
CurbFlow’s Sensor Device Diagnostics
CurbFlow uses Explo to create dashboards for their sensor devices. The dashboards ensure that devices operate within expected parameters and send valid data.
MedMe Health’s Appointment Metrics
MedMe Health, a data-driven pharmacy care company, uses Explo dashboards to show stats on the different types of appointments they offer. Viewing appointments by type and status helps pharmacies understand usage, efficiency, and revenue.
Worksmith’s Client Reporting
Worksmith, a facilities and experience management platform, uses Explo's dashboards to show clients the number of open work orders and their corresponding statuses.
Data helps anyB2B SaaS company deliver the best user experience. Customer-facing analytics platforms — like embedded dashboards — simplify data sharing by:
Resolving the challenges of integration, visualization, and managing data access
Helping customers navigate applications more easily
Creating opportunities for revenue growth
Let Explo help you create customized, configurable dashboards that embed directly into your app in minutes. Book a demo today!