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Keep your agri-data on brand with customisable themes

November 26, 2018

There’s so many ways to work with 30MHz technology.

Some of our customers use the ZENSIE platform to work across teams and locations within their agri-business. Others use ZENSIE to share certain data with partners and peers across the chain. Some use the platform to power their consultancies— sharing knowledge remotely in groups. Flexible data visualisation, accessibility on any device, and a nimble architecture that can scale when needed (and however quickly) make it easy for our customers to use their agri-data platform their way. So why would we limit its look and feel?

Branding is more than just aesthetics. When showcasing or sharing your data externally, it might be crucial for anyone viewing it to understand who that data pertains to. Those insights are, after all, your intellectual property, expertise and business advantage.

When working with different teams, local logos or branding can be key to quickly differentiating between data in groups, making discussions and data navigation even easier.

For consultants, customer-specific branding in groups and dashboards is not only organisationally efficient— it’s good customer service, keeping the customer— not the consultant— at the centre of the conversation.

We’ve added custom themes to ZENSIE account settings to make your platforms and groups more… you. Change colour schemes and add your own logo(s) to the interface in just a few steps.

Select custom colours for groups and dashboards, upload logos, and define as many preset themes as you like, with a handy preview as you tweak your settings. Don’t worry, you’ll always have the option to return to our standard colour and branding. Add as many preset themes as you like and watch your data come to life on your terms.

Any questions? Get in touch below, we’re happy to help.

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