Charts Collection (Part 2)
As we visualize data, it helps spark new ideas. But over 63% of time spent developing visual presentations is wasted just to design graphs and finalize their layouts. Save your most precious resource with our Charts Collection (Part 2), which includes pre-designed charts, graphs, data maps, and visualizations that are easy to use, fully customizable, and ready to tell your story.
Use this Regional Revenue Growth chart to break down revenue goals by locations or markets across multiple years. Chart revenues across existing products, those in development, and those not yet developed.
Highlight milestones with this Monthly Numbers chart. Track metrics across quarters and add optional quarterly goals to visualize how a focus on certain activities influences your revenue data.
Compare strengths and weaknesses between product features with this Product Comparison chart. Visualize data from customer surveys and overlay two or three products to weigh them against each other.
Our brains process visual information 60,000 times faster than text. The average meeting length shrank to 30 minutes or less in 2020. Quick-to-the-point data visualization is more important than ever to communicate ideas efficiently.
Better data visualization also helps the story of your business more engaging and persuasive. This helps your team to understand and identify trends faster, empowers quick decisions in response to patterns, capitalize on successes, or reinvent yourself fast to improve or change course.
Here are a few suggested uses for the Charts as part of this collection. As always, you can customize these uses and tailor these slides in any way to present your own numbers.
- Competitive analysis: compare your company's revenue, new subscribers and average customers to your competition. Visualizes the competitive landscape and analyze your rival's gross revenue by quarter to your own.
- Department and product advantages: Correlate department success across key activities and measure contributions to its overall success. Contrast product advantages with simple visual analysis.
- User feedback: Survey users and visualize key discoveries to learn how your customers perceive your products and services.
- Customer distribution: Discover customer demographics with sales data to visualize your key markets.
- Revenue: Track revenue across new accounts, projects, or partnerships. Track margins across products and compare revenues across years to discover the most significant growth increases and revenue drops.
- Treemap: Compare relationships between business ventures in a branched hierarchy and visualize ratios by scale.
- Option Comparison: Weigh potential business moves and the cost of those actions to optimize how you make decisions.
When you present data, you tell a story. According to Stanford professor Jennifer L. Aaker, stories are most optimal when they are memorable, impactful, and personal.
Introduce your company to an audience. Summarize a more in-depth report for your team. Provide critical data for your managers to act on. Share new possibilities for product development. Share growth potential and long-term vision with prospective investors. Tell the story that will shape your company's future.
For more resources to save you time, check out our Charts Collection (Part 1), as well as our Ultimate Charts (Part 1) and Ultimate Charts (Part 2)