Decision Suite 2015 is Coming: New Objects Sneak Peek

June 16, 2015

Get a sneak peek at the modern new objects available in the new version.
I’ve covered the new look and feel and the powerful new consolidated data discovery so far in the sneak peeks into the upcoming release of Decision Suite 2015. There's still plenty more in store for you. Today, let’s look at the modern new objects available.

TARGIT Decision Suite 2015 has been stuffed with modern new objects with better sizing and performance for an overall better user experience. You wanted more advanced and varied customization options, and you got it.

TARGIT Decision Suite 2015 makes it easy to create dashboards and storyboards that reflect the look, feel, and priorities of your unique company. Data visualization is significantly more impactful and the important data points are absorbed faster when presented to employees in a way that makes most sense to them.

The average attention span is eight seconds. That's eight seconds of total concentration and processing power before the brain moves on to the next task. Compare that to the average attention span of a goldfish, which is nine seconds. We call that the Goldfish Effect. That means you have just eight seconds to present data in a way that makes sense and is visually engaging to your audience. Make it count.

new objects

Also included in the new objects in Decision Suite 2015 are new globe and map images that make for a more enhanced pinpoint location precision and modern feel.

new objects and map

Our customers are global companies, and we want to arm them with everything they need to keep the engines running at full capacity for comprehensive insight into all of their services and customers, wherever and whenever.

new objects map

I’ll be sharing the rest of Decision Suite 2015’s new features here on the blog as we get closer to launch date.

You can also sign up for the full software tour in the TARGIT Decision Suite 2015 launch webinar on June 30. Two time options are available at 13:00 CEST and 12 p.m. EDT.