100% Group Bar Chart
When you want to compare contribution of different components, over time, equivalent to having a series of pie charts being compared, this 100% Graph Bar Chart becomes very useful.
Until now, pivot tables only had row level subtotals. Now, column level subtotals are also available. Like with row subtotals, you can choose to show or hide column subtotals.
Top/Bottom N Filter Enhancement
Till now, when you applied a Top/Bottom N filter to a report, you could only chose a base column from the primary table over which the report was created. From now on, you can also choose a base column from any of the related tables
Summary Functions in Charts
What was earlier possible only in pivot tables, is now available in charts too. With this update, you can now use the advanced summary options like difference from, running total, percentage of etc. while plotting charts.
All the reports in a folder can now be exported as pdf in one shot. You can also schedule this folder to be emailed.
Enhanced Look & Feel of Charts
The default chart background color has now been changed from grey to white, to give your charts a lighter look and feel. The fonts and styles of the charts have all been made more consistent. Further, the tooltip now sports a new presentation style, and the tooltip border reflects the same background color as the corresponding bar/line/point.
New Import Option
Earlier, SuperCFO BI, supported 3 import options – 1) append new records to the end of a table, 2) delete all records and add all records afresh, and 3) add new records and update existing records. Now, there is a fourth option, which will allow you to delete those records in SuperCFO BI, which aren’t there in the incoming import file.
Earlier, the column shelves in the chart designer had fixed height. If more than 2-3 columns were dropped, it was a bit difficult to scroll through and drop new columns. With this new update, it’s become more intuitive now, as the shelf’s height grows, based on the number of columns that have been dropped.
Customize Charts to your Heart’s Content
SuperCFO BI now offers quite a few customization options for a chart. Let’s see how a chart transforms when its settings are customized.
Combo and Smooth Line Charts
There are situations when you would want to plot two different metrics over time. Say how your sales have trended against the leads your sales team generated. Until now, the option in SuperCFO BI was to have a multi-bar or multi-line chart. Now, you get the best of both worlds with the Combo Chart.