Creating data-driven business intelligence for everyone at every level of the organization to visualize can be a powerful tool. Do you currently have the confidence to make up-to-the-minute data-driven analyses and decisions? Can you empower your company and employees to visualize any data on the business intelligence platform? Does your business intelligence platform help you gain end-to-end deeper data insight? No, but you could with Power BI and the ability to create dashboards and reports inside a platform designed for visualization.
Power BI connects data and decision-making to create a data visualization experience that simplifies complex data sets into actionable business decisions. Customizable reports power the insight into KPIs to analyze and promote deeper understanding across your organization with maintained confidence in the accuracy of your data. When you provide visual insight, you promote and drive strategic actions and business decisions that positively affect the company and your employees.
Air Spark has helped an extensive list of Fortune 500 clients harness the power in their data by customizing Power BI dashboards and reports to enhance business intelligence in real-time and in real-world, actionable ways that empower cost-saving decision-making. Creating a custom Power BI solution gives our clients and employees clarity to visualize their impact on the company instead of a spreadsheet of confusing numbers.
Our custom BI solutions help all areas of the business, from business model integration to more insightful conversations with suppliers and end customers. Let the team at Air Spark craft a custom solution for your organization employing the power of Power BI.
SaaS is the commonly used term for Software as A Service. SaaS is a platform for delivering applications via the internet instead of installing and maintaining software. The excellent news for businesses is there are no complex software and hardware to install and maintain. The most common names you might have heard for SaaS are web-based software, on-demand software, or hosted software. One of the main differences from the boxed applications is the provider-managed servers. The provider manages access, security, availability, and performance of the application. The most recognized names in SaaS are:
- Google Workspace
SaaS V Boxed Software
Traditionally, you would buy a boxed application solution that gave access to multi-application systems such as spreadsheets, document software, databases, and e-mail. These applications had to be installed and required an IT person to ensure setup and installation are done correctly. Not only is this process painful and time-consuming you only get what’s in the box, which may or may not meet the needs you have across the business.
Software as a service is a distribution model for cloud providers that host applications and make them available to the end user while allowing access from any device and anywhere with internet connectivity. Maximized accessibility becomes a strategic business advantage by empowering real-time data-driven decisions sheerly because of the accessibility and speed of access to needed data and information.
Limitations of The Boxed Software:
- On-premises software must be maintained and regularly updated in-house by IT.
- IT gets burdened by the variety of issues that can arise from the software itself to user error. You often must wait on an open ticket to get IT to address the issues.
- Difficulty in scaling in response to growth and change
- Lower initial setup and infrastructure costs.
- Accessibility from anywhere. If you have internet, you have access.
- Updates. Improvements and updates are automatically made, eliminating long IT ticket times.
- Scalability. Access and requirements are adaptable to the number of people who need access to the system.
Software as a service is the most efficient way for a business to have maximum accessibility to the data in order to make real-time decisions to maintain a competitive edge in this rapidly changing business landscape. If you are in need of a custom SaaS solution for your business, we can't wait to see how we can help your business.
Websites are the silent sales forces for every company. Websites, once built and deployed, work twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, with no breaks. They don’t take vacations, lunch breaks, or sick days. Websites are the digital marketing arm of the company that is always working and allows potential customers to browse at their own pace without getting the obvious sales pitch.
The target audience intentionally clicked on the site and initiated the consumption of content. The great thing is that customers don’t see the website as a salesperson but rather as a way to form an option about your company and gain information about what the company does. This is where you need to invest and utilize the power of the website to maximize your digital ecosystem.
It’s very important to take the time and money to craft your story visually and give the customer a customized digital experience that captures their attention and business. Unfortunately, a commonly held belief in business is that you just need to get a website up. It doesn’t have to be great. You just need to have one. Ok, well, the flaw in that mindset comes when you realize that the first thing a potential customer is going to do upon hearing of your company is look you up online to look at your website.
The harsh reality is you have seconds for potential customers to formulate their options for your company. The failure to capture attention in those few seconds means they will leave the page and will not explore the site further. You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so it’s essential you invest time and money in getting it right. Think about it if we didn’t like to be told stories, we wouldn’t watch movies. Your homepage should make that bold impression unique to your company this is where you think outside the box, and the entire goal is to capture the attention of all who click on the page. Once you’ve sparked the interest and intrigue, you start crafting the story of who you are as a company and what you do.
Another key factor to the website is that each page the target audience clicks on should unfold another part of the story and add a new element to keep their attention and continue to click through. This is the power of the website as a salesperson to visually craft and tell your story in a way that a physical person can’t. Take the time to craft a website that captures target audiences in an experience about your company.
If you need help telling your story online, reach out, and let us see how we can help your business. We can't wait to meet you!