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How Data Visualization Can Transform Business Reports?

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, November 20, 2019

It is usually believed that the most essential approach to assist individuals with being at par with over-loaded data is by envisioning it. In plain words, this means drawing it as a chart, putting it on a map, or even making an interactive diagram using data.

FREMONT, CA: Visually mapping out data simplifies the understanding of critical information, identifying key patterns, compelling correlations, and significant trends that could have proved to be very difficult to discover. The key point is to consider "why" instead of merely understanding "what" is happening. Besides, it is necessary to follow the best charting practices. Here's the way business reports and practices can obtain from the data visualization tools.

The Accounting Department

While creating a monthly expenditure report that compares information across categories such as transportation, office supply, and much more, it can be disregarded in a spreadsheet; on the other hand, the data is visualized on a bar diagram. This is an easy way of comparing data for the accounting department, which shows highs and lows at one glance.

Many companies are moving toward transparency as a tactic for the exchange of critical data and are becoming very popular. It can simply cause everybody to be out of sync if dry profit/income/expense information is shown to individuals. A lack of experience in the worst-case scenario will cause workers to conclude issues where none are present. Data visualization helps clarify the reports and make them digestible for all.

Marketing and Sales Team

Lead generation can be a fractured process. Looking at every stage of the process and assessing the level of communication and engagement rates is complicated.Data visualization can help combat this. The mapping of charts can show the route of leads to the location and effectively fix the potential roadblocks. Acceleration zones can also be easily noticed at the same time.

Human Resource

Companies utilize the learning management systems (LMS) for almost everything, from onboarding and compliance coaching to performance assessment and stretch opportunities. LMS can also be an abundance of data concerning most of a company's integral assets. If not understood, the data might go wasted. The use of data visualization will lead to personnel development of employees, which is very helpful in recognizing the best and poor performers.

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