Savision Introduces New Mobile-Friendly Dashboarding Solution
February 09, 2015
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Savision announced the upcoming launch of Dashboards by Savision, a new solution that takes the dashboarding concept introduced by Microsoft in System Center 2012 to the next level. It provides customers with a fast, and fluid HTML5 based tool, including a free version, that can be easily customized using drag and drop functionality and viewed on any mobile device anywhere.

Rob Doucette, CTO of Savision, commented “With the release of a new mobile-friendly dashboarding solution, Savision reinforces our commitment to helping our customers get the right information when and where they need it. We understand their need to identify, prioritize, and resolve problems as quickly as possible so they can keep their customers happy and ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible. Dashboards by Savision will help liberate them from the pain of slow loading data and bring them the freedom that mobile devices provide.”

The real-time alerts and notifications received almost every minute of the working day from Microsoft System Center by IT operations teams are critical to the identification and resolution of problems, but do they have the information they need to quickly determine what needs to be fixed first? There is no time to be stuck at a desk waiting for critical information to load: System Administrators need to be out and about viewing information on the fly on any device they choose so that they can quickly identify, prioritize, and resolve problems.

Dashboards by Savision can bridge this information gap and make a difference in daily IT operations monitoring activities by offering benefits and features that include:

- A free version

- Fast, HTML5 based, mobile-friendly dashboards, eliminating the need to install Microsoft® Silverlight®

- Easily customizable dashboards using drag and drop functionality

- Seamless integration with Microsoft System Center

- In-Line Authoring

- Ability to focus on business-critical priorities from the perspective of the end user, applications, and infrastructure when used in combination with Savision’s flagship product: Live Maps Unity, which transforms System Center into a Business Service Management solution

Dashboards by Savision will be available early March 2015.

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