Clarity Power BI Custom Visuals

The Managility Clarity Power BI custom visuals range for financial analysis are designed according to the International Business Communication Standards (IBCS or IBCS Standards). Practical concepts for the design of reports and presentations with a particular focus on the most effective conceptual, perceptual and semantic design of charts and tables. It is based on the works of information design specialists like William Playfair[2], Willard Cope Brinton[3], Gene Zelazny[4], Edward Tufte[5] and Stephen Few [6].

Features Clarity Power BI Waterfall Custom Visual

The current version of the Managility Clarity Visuals covers the following visualisation types:

Ultimate Waterfall

The Ultimate Waterfall Chart supports horizontal and vertical Chart Orientation with a wide variety of layout options and most importantly the ability to setup custom sub totals. An aspect that is a critical feature when you want to display profit and loss statements that require subtotals like Gross Margin, EBIT that are typically not available in the chart of accounts provided by your accounting system.

Features Clarity Power BI Ultimate Variance Visual

The Ultimate Variance

The Power BI Ultimate Variance Chart Custom Visual enable users get immediate insights into actual/target variances across a freely definable number of analysis objects for example financial performance results across different group companies. The recipient gets an at glance understanding of the absolute difference and the relative significance incorporating comprehensive research into human perception and understanding. Watch The Video Gallery Here:

[1] Minto, Barbara: The Pyramid Principle, 3. edition, 2002

[2] Playfair, William: The Commercial and Political Atlas, 1786

[3] Brinton, Willard Cope: Graphic Methods For Presenting Facts, 1914

[4] Zelazny, Gene: Say it with charts, 4. edition, 2001

[5] Tufte, Edward: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, 2. edition, 2011

[6] Few, Stephen: Show Me the Numbers, 2. edition, 2012