Today business intelligence (BI) software company Antivia announced the release of DecisionPoint™ For Excel®, a standalone version of its popular DecisionPoint™ product, which enables non-technical business users to create stunning interactive dashboards in minutes straight from their Microsoft Excel data.
DecisionPoint™ For Excel offers a fast, easy way of transforming a dull block of Excel data into real business insights by simply selecting some spreadsheet data to work with and then dragging-and-dropping a wide range of grid, graph and map components to lay out a dashboard, free-form style - with no-coding.
With DecisionPoint™ For Excel, interactivity is built in straight out of the box so business users can drill through their data and as they do so, all of the components on their dashboard automatically stay in sync, so the dashboard behaves in the same way as they think. Dashboard designers can also create multiple views of their Excel data, add custom calculations, use color-coded alerts to highlight exceptions, add components that allow business users to filter data on the fly and much, much more.
Mark Hudson, CEO of Antivia, said: "DecisionPoint™ For Excel offers a quick and easy way to create engaging interactive dashboards for people who are comfortable using software like Excel and PowerPoint. The dashboards are HTML5-based and designed to be viewed on mobile as well as on the web. DecisionPoint™ For Excel is priced to be attractive to all segments of the market, from small businesses to departments within large enterprises."
As well as being able to create an unlimited number of interactive dashboards, with DecisionPoint™ For Excel designers can share their dashboards with as many people as they like by email or by saving to a file server. The dashboards are viewable in browsers and on mobile devices, ensuring decision-makers have timely access to all of the information they need at any time, whether in the office, on the daily commute or travelling to a conference.
DecisionPoint™ For Excel is available on subscription basis or to buy out right. Subscriptions start from $83 per month.