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Follett Announces Destiny Analytics

Follett today announced it is offering Destiny Analytics, a district-wide subscription solution to complement its market-leading Destiny Library Manager and Destiny Resource Manager platforms.
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Follett today announced it is offering Destiny Analytics, a district-wide subscription solution to complement its market-leading Destiny Library Manager and Destiny Resource Manager platforms.

Available to use on any device, Destiny Analytics will create interactive dashboards and reports to analyze and visualize information, which then can be shared with other district personnel. The tool will allow users to begin a query in one area and ask subsequent questions based on new information and data uncovered.

Analytics will be integrated into the existing Destiny platform in three ways:

1) Dashboard: Immediately upon opening Destiny Analytics, relevant inactive charts and graphs are displayed that anyone can use without having any product experience.

2) Pre-configured Analyses: Ready-made analyses to dynamically provide a pre-configured selection of data and processed information or visualizations, yet still provides interactive operability. 

3) Analyzer Tool: A universal tool to select data, create an interactive analysis grid to manipulate and generate data visualizations.

Visit http://bit.ly/2vvKos9 for more information. A recent webinar is archived and available for viewing at http://tinyurl.com/y8rtgryj

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