DGLux Now Integrated with Google Docs

San Francisco, CA September 27, 2013 - Continuing with the great tradition of data visualization, DGLux has now been integrated with Google Docs to give its users the power to manage, interpret and present their cloud data in real time. It also allows the users to filter out content, making their data presentation reliable and time efficient. The Google Docs Widget is built for business intelligence.

Spreadsheets, documents and presentations can be created with Google Docs and stored on a cloud server in a variety of formats, ODF, HTML, PDF, RTF, Text, or Office Open XML. Furthermore, to prevent data loss, any changes made to the data are automatically saved to Google's servers. It allows the documents to be archived and also tagged for organizational effectiveness. It allows users to collaborate in real-time with others as data stored on the cloud server can be shared, opened, and edited by multiple users instantaneously. Over the last few years, Google Docs has grown tremendously popular among the business elite, students and educational establishments.

The Google Docs integration with DGLux enables the users to tap into that endless sea of data and present their story, the right story to the right audience. We put “meaning” in information visualization. It is a natural evolution of spreadsheet visualization. Spreadsheets help you record data. Google Docs helps you record the information and share it with others. DGLux’s Google Docs Widget serves as a connector which pulls data from cloud storage and shares it with others in an eloquent way. It is the next generation of sharing.

The Google Docs Widget gives you the power to impress your target listeners. Using DGLux technology to set and filter parameters of information display, the award winning graphics will help you deliver your messages at any board meetings, kiosk or classroom presentation. There are no boundaries.

The “plug and play” feature of intelligent visualization just needs the URL key of your spreadsheet stored on the user’s Google account to update and display data in real-time. Now you can build visually stunning interfaces and dashboards without ever writing a single line of code. With Auto-Built templates, you can have 90% of your graphic creation already done as soon as you install DGLux. Once you build your custom dashboard to portray your story, any data that will be changed in your spreadsheet will automatically reflect in DGLux through the help of the new widget. You can also use the widget to create a filter list (via tags/handles) that blocks the data that you don’t want to get shown.