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Six reasons your team needs data visualisation

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Matt Christiansen
26th August, 2023
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Matt Christiansen
26th August, 2023
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What is data visualisation, and why is it important?
Six reasons to use data visualisation
The bottom line

Ready to make business decisions faster? Discover why data visualisation is a company game-changer today.

Is confusing data holding your teams back?
Every day we're bombarded with information, such as social media metrics, sales figures, or product and customer insights. No wonder 95% of employees feel overwhelmed by the amount of data at work! With so much raw data competing for our attention, finding meaningful insights and making informed decisions is almost impossible.
Enter data visualisation: the secret to instantly understanding your data.
Read on to learn more and discover why data visualisation is at the heart of our latest Forms for Confluence Cloud update.
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What is data visualisation, and why is it important?

Data visualisation turns complex information into engaging and visual charts, helping us to easily understand, interpret, and even communicate results to others. And it isn't just important - it's essential to creating a successful company.

Six reasons why data visualisation is a workplace game-changer:


1. It removes complexity and confusion

While spotting trends and patterns in raw data is challenging, data visualisation makes it easy. Visually summarising data helps us understand the bigger picture and speeds up the decision-making process.

2. It improves understanding

We process visual interpretations of data much faster than raw facts and figures. Moreover, images can cross language and communication barriers, meaning we can communicate results with diverse audiences and encourage inclusive collaboration.

3. It enables emotive storytelling

Bring data to life and create compelling stories. Whether you're engaging stakeholders or connecting with customers, data visualisation makes it possible to create a meaningful connection and make data more memorable.

4. It gives you real-time insights

Give decision-makers instant access to crucial information. Tracking key metrics and performance indicators in real-time encourages faster decision-making when it's needed most.

5. It inspires curiosity

Interactive data visualisation puts the power in your hands. With engaging, responsive charts at your fingertips, you can dig into hidden trends and explore data in ways you never thought possible.

6. It helps you anticipate future data trends

Data visualisation helps data analysts in your company to recognise patterns in data. These insights make forecasting future trends and results possible, letting you predict an activity's outcome before you've even started.

The bottom line

While data visualisation might look like some charts and graphs on the surface, it's a powerful tool that helps you make sense of overwhelming data. It gives you the tools to make better-informed decisions, improve communication, and boost problem-solving in one go.
That’s why our latest Forms for Confluence update introduces data visualisation to your forms and surveys, so you can focus on the results that matter quicker.
Discover Forms for Confluence and start gathering smarter feedback today:
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Matt Christiansen
Product Marketing Manager
With more than a decade of expertise in digital and product marketing, Matt serves as the Product Marketing Manager for Forms for Confluence at Kolekti. His passion lies in helping teams to effortlessly collect and comprehend user feedback within the Confluence platform.

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