Security, safety and business intelligence vendor Genetec has expanded its channel sales team with the appointment of Catherine Tirto to Channel Sales – ANZ.
Linking platform Linktree has selected data cloud company Snowflake to support its business intelligence and analytics activities.
Surfware company RipCurl has worked with software behemoth Microsoft to use its hybrid data integration solution Azure Data Factory to handle the extract, transform, load (ETL) processes required to transition from Rip Curl’s previous on-premises platforms to Azure, which houses the company's data warehouse.
Business intelligence and performance management vendor Board has appointed Melbourne-based corporate planning and reporting consultancy, OYB International, to its roster of Australian business partners.
In business today, assembling data is no problem. All your supporting systems generate gigabytes of metrics and raw data every week, and you can quickly find yourself drowning in data.
For the fourth consecutive year, Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin places in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. (*1) report.
Australian-based global business intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, has officially launched its industry partnership with La Trobe University with the presentation of the inaugural Yellowfin–La Trobe Business Analytics Challenge award during the La Trobe Analytics Symposium 2016.
The Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics market in Australia is growing strongly for BI provider Qlik. Outside the US and European markets, Australia now represents a very large proportion of the company’s global business.
Sydney-based travel industry software solutions company Tramada Systems has integrated Yellowfin’s Business Intelligence platform into its cloud-based travel automation solution.
Qlik’s James Fisher has a simple but important message for businesses and all organisations when it comes to the use of Business Intelligence – BI is optimised when you harness the collective human intelligence across an organisation, and the more that people use analytics the more value they get.
Australia’s Business Intelligence and Analytics market is set to reach A$700.1 million this year, up 9.11% from 2015, with CIOs ranking BI and Analytics as their top technology priority for 2016.
The use of advanced analytics and proprietary algorithms will be the new competition battleground for many organisations, causing disruption of entire industries, according to a new report from Gartner.
NICTA has called for the use of Smart ICT in all upgrades and new infrastructure proposals as it warns that Australia faces looming challenges with increasing demands on all infrastructure, especially transport.
Australian organisations are more and more embracing technology as they transform themselves into digital businesses, with many now sharing information across the rapidly expanding digital ecosystem that they once held close to their chest.
Australian Point of Sale (POS) solution provider, ImPOS, has integrated Yellowfin’s BI platform into its POS solution used by the hospitality industry.
US-based global big data and business intelligence software provider Lakeside Software has established its Australia, New Zealand regional headquarters in Sydney as a springboard for expansion and further growth in the Asia market.
Australia-based data transfer and integration vendor, Bryte, has partnered with Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, to deliver a scalable cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Big Data Analytics solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Werkspot, Amsterdam’s number one online platform for the home services market throughout the Netherlands, has deployed analytics software from Australian Business Intelligence provider Yellowfin.
Australian Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin has signed a reseller agreement with Group de Outsourcing Technologic (GOTSA) for the Latin American market including Mexico and Columbia.
Australian organisations, like their counterparts around the globe, can’t get enough analytics professionals despite a growing demand for their services in business and government.
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