As an SEO, one has to deal with a mass of data from different analytic tools. They help track and analyze all the necessary metrics that show your project’s performance. The inconvenience is that they provide siloed data. And you may overlook important details, as you don’t see a complete picture of your project.
Being an SEO myself, I’ve come to the necessity of having an SEO dashboard where I could have all the data I track in a single space. I believed it could help me better assess the state of the project, its success or failure. It could also show potential growth opportunities and trouble spots, etc. Moreover, I needed to overcome the common Google Analytics limitation that involves hiding converting keywords behind the (not set) mark.