Free Dashboard Designer Giveaway – Update

Its been little late with the announcment of last weeks winner.

A little catchup

Rather than sending email updates about each week’s winner we will update this one page.

Week#1 winner

Ganesh Babu – Sr Manager – IT & Systems at aravind.org

“I am belonging to Aravind Eye Care System, a Charitable trust. We will be happy if you could consider us for free edition to enhance the eye care in our region.”

 

Week#2 winner

Kathy (Richmond,VA)

Week#3 winner

Pankaj K Sinha – Abu Dhabi Gas Industries ltd.

“I will be developing dashboards for project monitoring primarily for oil and gas sectors. The project deal with engineering, procurement and construction activities and complete lifecycle of the project.

Appreciate, for inclusion in your network to share our experience and learning.”

 

Week#4 winner

Trond Helge Eide

“I live in a small county (Luster) in Norway. I have my work in the “City hall” (i don`t now what the exakt word in english would be…).
We are slowly starting with balanced scorecard and Kpi (and hopefully dashboard reporting…) in regard to budgeting, quality of services etc.
It would have been great to have a top class tool such as InfoCapter to visualize the county management, and that we spend the tax payer money visely.

With my fingers crossed”

 

Week#5 winner

West Virginia University at Parkersburg is a small, rural community college in West Virginia serving a disadvantaged population of adult students. We need to improve our assessment (evaluation of student learning and other operations) and want to create a dashboard to manage and publish the data. Please consider us for a free dashboard software license.

Pamela A. Braden
Professor of Business
West Virginia University at Parkersburg