It is a commonly known fact that most important resources of the organization are its employees which are should be managed and allocated very efficiently. For success of the operations, there should be a clearly laid out plan for authority responsibility relationship among the employees and a well defined structure for the organizational hierarchy. This structure should be in the knowledge of all the employees from top to bottom so that effective decisions and shifts in the accountability of various employees can be implemented swiftly. You will be surprised to know that your PC can do this task also for you with the help of Org Chart Component for ASP.NET v.1.6. The powerful application lets you visually build all such charts in an intuitive manner, taking inputs from your organizational database.
Org Chart Component for ASP.NET v.1.6 supports various levels in the organization, starting from the bottom level executives and personnel to top management and administrators. The program can seamlessly receive inputs from your in-house SQL database and assist you in charting out the whole structure in an effective and efficient way. There is an organized step by step procedure for making the chart. First you have to create a blank page upon launching the program, which can be chosen from a number of given templates. After you have selected a template, you select an SQL table to hold the chart data which can be selected from the explorer window of the program. Next step in the procedure is to simply drag and drop a Data Bound Organizational chart from the toolbox of the program and thereafter, binding the chart in the SQL table. Now, the process only remains in terms of adding various customizations like header and footer templates, running the template and adding color schemes and styles.
To conclude with, Org Chart Component for ASP.NET v.1.6 is a nice program for preparing large and complex organizational charts in a simplified and presentable manner, leading it to score a stellar rating of three and a half points on the scale of five.