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First, you have to see it. Open the ZoomCharts website. Most likely, it will completely change your ideas of how to present data, and of how data can help decisions be made more effectively and precisely. At least, that’s what’s happened to ZoomCharts’ clients. ZoomCharts was created out of necessity. Gints Ernestsons, the co-owner of ZoomCharts and other IT businesses that continually develop new products, came into contact with the problem that there was nothing like a library of data visualisations that allowed one to work effectively with a large amount of data on a computer or tablet. Most libraries offered visualisations as the self-evident end result of datasheets. None of the existing libraries, however, allowed one to literally immerse oneself in the data through a visualisation, for example, by opening each separate pie chart section and seeing what it consists of; by comfortably browsing geographic maps that are actually full of business information and graphically demonstrate a number of connections, such as those between different businesses; or by looking at complex networks of information and analysing them according to a variety of criteria. ZoomCharts’ interactive visualisations allow one to look at data in a completely new light, to find answers and see connections quickly, comfortably and effectively, with just a few clicks or swipes.

 

 

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Jānis Volbergs, CEO

ZoomCharts
ZoomCharts

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Jānis Volbergs

janis@zoomcharts.com

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