“White labeling is a must-have for successful embedded analytics”
Application providers— including software as a service (SaaS) companies, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and independent software vendors (ISVs), all strive to provide their users with a seamless analytics experience. Choosing a modern analytics platform, one that offers all-in-one functionality and is fully cloud native, is the first step in achieving that goal. Embedding analytics into their products and services is the second step. But many companies overlook white labeling, which takes your user experience to the next level. White labeled analytics offer both better usability and differentiation that will set you apart from the competition and maximize your analytics ROI.
What Are White Label Analytics?
When you white label your embedded analytics, you make your charts, reports and dashboards look like a seamless part of your software, instead of looking like a third-party plugin.
The Benefits of White Labeling Your Analytics
White labeling increases user adoption and enjoyment by providing your users with a high-quality experience that fits your brand while still offering all of the functionality and customizability they’ve come to expect from self-service analytics tools.
Implementing White Labeled Analytics
Implementing white labeled analytics doesn’t have to be a cumbersome process that will slow your software development nor your analytics implementation. Your developers will simply use the provided styling tools and white labeling options to match the embedded analytics to your brand and the rest of your application. Once set up initially, most white label settings will not need to be adjusted later on as additional analytics are deployed throughout your software.
Choosing The Best White Labeled Solution
When choosing an embedded analytics solution for data visualizations on AWS, you want to look for a solution that was built from the ground up with embedding in mind. Many analytics providers claim to have white labeling, but in fact just offer a few different themes and the ability to replace their logo with your own. True white-labeled analytics solutions open up the entire user experience to customization, including colors, fonts, chart and visualization attributes and a lot more. By providing granular control, developers can ensure your analytics look perfect in all environments and on all devices.
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