Exago Releases v2017.2
12/15/2017 • by Alex Agoado • 0 comments
Dashboards have undergone a facelift for easier usage and increased accessibility. A dashboard can scale and reorganize its contents to fit the screen of any size device. Filters are consolidated into a collapsible easy-access pane, visualizations can swap between tabular or chart views, and reports can zoom in or out for ease of inspection.
Formula creation gained dramatic ease of use enhancements inspired by code completion tools in popular programming IDEs. Typing into the editor will present a list of possible matches for functions, data fields, and the contents of other report cells, selectable via mouse click, tap, or the arrow and enter keys. Entering a function presents a concise explanation of its arguments and usage. Users can then type to fill the arguments or drag data fields and nested functions into place.
Additional features include more chart types—Zoom/Scroll Line and Scatter, Statistical Process Control charts—data- and formula-based chart constant lines, and advanced joining capabilities.
Veteran entrepreneurs Mike Brody and Stew Meyers launched Exago Inc. eleven years ago with the intention of developing a better embedded and ad-hoc reporting solution for software companies. Exago BI has since blossomed into a full-fledged enterprise reporting suite with a multitude of report types, dashboards, visualizations, and exceptional flexibility and extensibility.
Exago BI is one of the best reviewed embedded BI products, according to G2 Crowd. Exago scores high marks for ease of use, customer satisfaction, and post-sale services and support. Solutions Review named Exago an “embedded analytics vendor to watch this year.”
Exago Inc. is headquartered in Shelton, CT, and has offices in Connecticut and New York.