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Zoho sponsors our Visualization Challenge #2

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Zoho Reports - Sponsor of the ContestAravind (@arvindnatarajan) who works at Zoho emailed me earlier today and asked if Zoho Reports – Online Reporting and Business Intelligence Service, can sponsor our visualization challenge #2.

I couldn’t be happier to see that mail. Zoho is a perfect sponsor for a contest like this. If you haven’t heard of it, Zoho is a very popular online office solution. They have a collection of over 20 different productivity applications including zoho sheet, writer, show, projects, CRM, reports and much more. Check out more about online reporting and BI services on the Zoho Reports page.

What are you waiting for? Go ahead and take part in the contest, download the data and get charting.

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