Build A Better Bracket With Help From Troy Dashboard Developer

TROY — Let the madness begin! The Troy-based data dashboard developer iDashboards is giving college basketball fans a fast-break opportunity to score a trip for two to the college basketball national championship in Houston.

Fans are also invited to view the annual iDashboards College Basketball Dashboard, which provides built-in statistical analysis of each team, aiding bracketologists in making more informed decisions.

The 2016 College Basketball Dashboard includes side-by-side team comparisons providing in-depth insight into statistics, including average points per game, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and more. It also features a “Boss Button” to hide bracket selections from prying eyes, as well as the ability to print the bracket.

Visitors to the iDashboards 2016 College Basketball website are also invited to enter the Slam Dunk Sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip for two to the NCAA Division I title game in Houston, valued up to $1,500.

“To say that we embrace the madness around the college basketball tournament is an understatement,” said iDashboards CEO Shadan Malik. “Our unique College Basketball Dashboard is filled with the kind of information that gives bracketeers a leg up on the competition.”

Fans are invited to visit the College Basketball Dashboard at
http://www.idashboards.com/bracket/ beginning Monday, March 14 for free access to this innovative bracket tool. Entries to the Slam Dunk Sweepstakes are accepted from Tuesday, March 8 until midnight on March 17.

With customers in more than 40 countries worldwide, iDashboards provides easy-to-use, visually appealing and cost-effective dashboard software for clients in a wide variety of industries – including higher education, health care, logistics, finance, manufacturing and more.

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