Sisense Integrates With Adobe Creative Cloud to Create Beautiful Analytics

Collaboration Enables Analytics That Will be Customized, Personalized, and Easy-to-Consume

Today at Adobe MAX, Sisense, the world's leading analytics platform for builders, announced two seamless integrations with Adobe® Creative Cloud® so designers can create without limits and bring data-driven insights to life. The integrations enable product and creative teams to collaborate and embed Adobe's graphics capabilities within Sisense's world-class data and analytics dashboards. These two new plugins with Adobe Creative Cloud are: the Sisense plugin for Adobe XD, allowing users to create beautiful widgets without using code, and the Sisense plugin for Adobe Photoshop, offering advanced automation and interactive designs, using Adobe Photoshop. Selecting Creative Cloud is consistent with Sisense's strategy to integrate with the same world-class cloud applications its customers are using.

Data is mission-critical for every organization to remain agile. Today, there are new and engaging ways to experience data, limited only by a designer's imagination. Even better, there are ways to receive valuable insights, where every insight is communicated effectively, at exactly the right moment. We are in an era where trusted, easily consumable data has become more important than ever to manage and grow global businesses. The new plugins help organizations bring their data and analytics journeys to life, for both internal and external customers.

"Data overload is a real challenge for organizations. At Adobe, we know that beautiful and engaging data visualizations enable people to better understand and extract meaning and insights from data," said Vijay Vachani, Senior Director of Product Management and Partner Ecosystem for Adobe Creative Cloud. "Sisense offers integrations to Adobe XD and Adobe Photoshop that gives Sisense customers the ability to use Adobe's creative applications to easily build visually rich and compelling presentations that drive more effective data-driven decision making."

"Professional-grade graphics can bring data insights alive through a more vivid, engaging, and easy-to-understand presentation," said Ashley Kramer, Chief Product and Marketing Officer, Sisense. "Our integrations with Adobe will help product and creative teams deliver differentiated experiences for their clients with dashboards that unlock the full value of data."

Creating Beautiful Analytics with Sisense and Adobe Creative Cloud

With these new plugins already available in Adobe Creative Cloud, professional-grade graphics are now included in all Sisense dashboards. Sisense customers are able to represent data in clear, interesting, and easily consumable ways through professional-grade, interactive designs—with no coding required. For product and design teams, these plugins will reduce friction and people hours spent creating advanced graphics. It will also reduce chart and data overload, making room to create fun, interactive designs. Product teams will gain one more way to differentiate the analytics dashboards they're providing their end users.

"With Sisense and Adobe XD, we're able to create beautiful widgets in a fraction of the time," said Sam Sherman, CEO and founder, Broker Genius. "With zero code required, our designers are able to up-level the quality of design and customizability of our data presentation, bringing to life our brand for both our internal users and external customer base. It's a next-level capability that has a true impact on how our data is consumed and acted upon."

The Sisense plugin for Adobe XD

The Sisense plugin for Adobe XD gives customers the flexibility to create custom visualizations for their Sisense BloX widgets with zero code. Designers can create branded and fun custom animated visuals—adding a dynamic element that can delight users and convey usable information in a compelling way. These can then be shared and used on any Sisense dashboard with just a click of a mouse.

The Sisense plugin for Adobe Photoshop

The Sisense plugin for Adobe Photoshop helps users design beautiful widgets, including advanced automation and interactive designs, using the world-renowned Adobe Photoshop. The content is then uploaded to Sisense and shared as a Sisense BloX template. Changes to the content are controlled in Adobe Photoshop and automatically reflected on Sisense dashboards.

More information about the Sisense integration with Adobe Creative cloud can be found on the Sisense blog.

About Adobe MAX

Adobe MAX is an immersive, engaging digital experience that brings together the world's most creative minds, industry luminaries, celebrities and musicians. MAX 2020 keynote speakers and presenters include Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay, director Taika Waititi, leading actor Gwyneth Paltrow, renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, and recording artist Tyler, the Creator. Attendees will find inspiration in the 350+ live and on-demand sessions spanning 56 hours of free content across 10 tracks, which will include the much-loved Max Sneaks, a preview of technology innovation brewing in Adobe Research. Attendees will be able to connect with speakers and Adobe product experts in live chats, and a collaborative art project will build community with participants from around the world.

About Sisense

Sisense offers the only independent analytics platform for builders to simplify complex data and build and embed analytic apps that deliver insights to everyone inside and outside their organizations. Sisense lets builders collaborate on a single platform, delivered in a hybrid, cloud-native environment with the industry's lowest cost of ownership, to create true democratization of data and analytics. 

More than 2,000 customers worldwide, including large enterprises, Fortune 500 companies, smaller startups, and nonprofits rely on Sisense. Industry leaders like Expedia, Tinder, UiPath, Philips, Nasdaq, and the Salvation Army utilize Sisense to turn complex data into insights with the speed, power, and flexibility needed to gain a competitive advantage. Learn more at

# # #


Amy Janzen


Source: Sisense