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Visual KPI aggregates multiple real-time data sources (big data, historians, databases, etc.) and adds context with KPIs, alerts, and geolocation. It also gets your critical data in the hands of more users without the need for extensive training, and it can be deployed in hours, not months. Want to see how we do it?

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What is it?

Visual KPI is mobile dashboard software for any device. It reads existing data sources and delivers KPIs, scorecards, analytics and alerts in real-time.

Who uses it?

Decision makers. Operations. Remote workers. Data Junkies. Anyone who values knowing what's happening right now, regardless of their device.

Why use it?

Mobility is no longer optional. Visual KPI presents problems and opportunities before it's too late. Oh, and there's no six-month project that "might" pay off.

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Transpara and Visual KPI in the News

Want the latest press release or article about Transpara and Visual KPI?  Maybe you want to see what the media and industry analysts have to say about us.  We've captured it all here for your reading pleasure.  

Tuesday
Apr192011

BI Hits the Road III: Two Niche Vendors Considered

Technology Evaluation Center Blog - April 19, 2011
Jorge Garcia of TEC covers the emerging Mobile BI market by comparing Roambi with Transpara Visual KPI. "Visual KPI is a product to take into account when organizations need a platform able to work with multiple types of mobile devices already in place as well as to connect to several types of business software applications."  More...

Monday
Apr112011

Information Wants to Be Everywhere

Control - April 11, 2011
Nancy Bartels tackles the consumerization of workplace tools as it relates to mobility on the plant floor. Western Power gave Blackberries equipped with Transpara's mobile application to 1100 technicians in trucks all over Western Australia so they could better monitor their substations. The entire rollout went from prototype to use in one week. More...

Sunday
Apr102011

Transpara Visual KPI for ICS Data on Smart Phones

Digital Bond - April 7, 2011
Transpara Visual KPI is a good example of how data can be provided to smartphone users without increasing the risk of an impact to the integrity or availability of the SCADA and DCS. More...

Friday
Mar182011

Mobile Manufacturing Intelligence Extends to Flow Control

Managing Automation - March 16, 2011
Transpara will deliver its mobile manufacturing intelligence software on Flowserve’s asset management platform, providing trend data and alerts for remotely located pumps, valves, and instrumentation. More...

Tuesday
Mar152011

Plant Floor Efficiency: There's an App for... That?

Food Processing Magazine - February 9, 2011
KPIs and overall equipment effectiveness are coming to the plant floor, the front office and now your smart phone. More...

Thursday
Jan062011

Gartner: By 2013, 33 Percent of BI will be Mobile

Gartner Press Release - January 6, 2011
By 2013, 33 percent of BI functionality will be consumed via handheld devices.

Current adoption rates and the broad availability of current-generation devices, paired with BI vendors’ development and marketing efforts, are promising to quickly generate a strong wave of mobile BI users. At first, mobile BI will largely consist of existing reports and dashboards ported to the mobile device but by 2012, Gartner predicts that organizations and vendors will develop mobile analytic applications for specific tasks or domains. Mobile BI will significantly expand the population of BI users to include a more mainstream audience and this opportunity will attract significant investment.

Gartner advises organizations to work with the marketing department and product management to create customer-facing mobile BI applications, and with the supply chain group for supplier applications. They should recognize that users will want to use mobile devices to access corporate BI data. They also need to ensure that the current BI infrastructure supports these demands while promoting the use of tablets to improve the BI experience of the mobile workforce.  Read more...

Wednesday
Dec012010

BI Software Supports iPad

Automation World – December 2010
Visual KPI mobile business intelligence (BI) software now provides Apple iPad users with on-demand operations and business data via their choice of the native Safari browser or a free iPad app.  More…

Monday
Oct252010

Smartphone Apps Enabling Smarter Decision-Making

IndustryWeek – October 25, 2010
Even by the rapid-fire standards of the technology industry, the evolution of smartphones has occurred at a dizzying pace. Their adoption within manufacturing facilities has created a groundswell of applications from more than a dozen vendors that cater to plant managers and executives. More…

Friday
Jun252010

Mobile BI Myths

Dashboard Insight – June 25, 2010
Mobile Business Intelligence is like a small child.  Everyone seems to have some level of interest and it’s growing faster by the day.  It’s also growing in a clumsy way; as it tries to mature, everyone seems to be telling it how to behave and what it should be when it grows up. More…

Saturday
May012010

Wireless Networks: World Without Wires

Automation World – May 2010
Wireless communications are now considered reliable enough for use on factory floors, so they’re being deployed to provide inexpensive communications for sensors and other components that sit in places that are hard to reach with wires. More…

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