Key OpenViz features outlined in a one-page analysis of benefits to OEM and Enterprise projects.
A selection of three OpenViz implementations by leading ISV clients of AVS. 1 page.
Current technical specifications for OpenViz in a 1-page PDF. Request documentation via the form on this page.
A collection of unique visualizations created with OpenViz in a selection of industries. 4 pages.
Observations on the ubiquity of charting and reasons why great design is essential in the development of decision support solutions.
An overview of the advantages of OpenViz and an API-based approach to embedded graphics for OEM and Enterprise use. 1 page.
Dashboards fuel business intelligence bloat and get in the way of executive insight. What’s the cure for the CEO that wants answers “now,” the CFO that wants something affordable and the CIO that’s caught in-between the two? 4 pages.
Great software application ideas frequently begin on whiteboards and sketchpads but rarely make it into production because of the limitations imposed on solution development teams. Learn how to overcome these obstacles with OpenViz.
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