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Autographic Insight - A New Era of Reporting

LONDON, December 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Autographic Insight, a London based start-up, wants to change the way companies report back to clients. Managing Director Max Lewis says "At a time when technology is advancing faster than ever, it's amazing to see how many companies in a range of sectors still use basic Excel documents to report to clients. We believe it is time to refresh the world of reporting with interactive, visual reports that make the data easier to understand and draw insight from."

Autographic Insight's software turns your Excel based reports into bespoke infographics and visualisations, hosted online. Using a wide range of interactive charts, maps and intuitive filters, data is accessible in a way that standard report templates do not allow for. Creative Director David Jacobs says "Appearance and user experience are the key factors when designing any new report.  As all our reports are bespoke, we spend a great deal of time understanding our client's needs prior to starting the design to ensure that all of their key metrics are prominently displayed. All companies are different, and reporting should not be a one size fits all solution."

In addition to working with data from Excel, Autographic Insight reports can be updated automatically from any data source directly via an API or even through specifically designed mobile apps, allowing information to be displayed in real time, saving time and money.

For more information and to view a demo, visit autographicinsight.com

Contact [email protected], Max Lewis, +44(0)207-205-2268


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