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Interactive Dashboards

Click on the images below to launch an interactive dashboard. Use the simulated controls in each demo to see the dashboards in action.

Projected World Sales Model

image This interactive, visual model allows executives to forecast their annual sales and marketing expense for various World regions by modifying the projected sales growth for each region. Executives can further analyze regional results by comparing their 5 year annual sales trends to their top two competitors, and by viewing relative market presence for all regions.

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Competitive Comparison Dashboard

image This dashboard allows you to perform competitive analysis across three key areas: cost structure, market share and growth trends. View head-to-head comparisons of each line item in your income statement. Visualize your slice of the market versus your main competitors. And perform ad hoc analysis to see growth trends for you, your competitors, and the industry.

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Financial Visual Business Model

image The Financial Visual Business Model (FVBM) helps financial managers present an accurate, comprehensive, yet easy to understand picture of an organization's fiscal and operating condition. FVBM meets many of the challenges facing the Finance Department of today's medium to large companies.

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Monte Carlo Simulation

A Monte Carlo algorithm is often a numerical Monte Carlo method used to find solutions to mathematical problems (which may have many variables) that cannot easily be solved, for example, by integral calculus, or other numerical methods. For many types of problems, its efficiency relative to other numerical methods increases as the dimension of the problem increases. Or it may be a method for solving other mathematical problems that relies on (pseudo-)random numbers. Monte Carlo methods are useful for modeling phenomena with significant uncertainty in inputs, such as the calculation of risk in business. Monte Carlo methods have also proven efficient in solving coupled integral differential equations of radiation fields and energy transport, and thus these methods have been used in global illumination computations which produce photorealistic images of virtual 3D models, with applications in video games, architecture, design, computer generated films, special effects in cinema, business, economics and other fields. The advantage Monte Carlo methods offer increases as the dimensions of the problem increase.
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