Fibre broadband networks company Vine Networks has selected a networkaccess, software as a Service (SaaS) fibre network management platform from location intelligence solution provider for telecommunications, The Spatial Distillery Company.
The telco networking giants will merge to create ‘an innovative leader in next-gen technology and services for an IP connected world’, closing by 1H 2016.
International Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, will release the latest version of its BI solution - Yellowfin 6.1 - in late May 2012.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, will be providing exclusive demonstrations of its yet-to-be-released iPad application at Tonkin's Business Intelligence and Analytics Conference, 21 - 23 November, Sydney, Australia.
Australian Higher Education provider, Macquarie University, a client of Australian-based global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, has been announced as one of six finalists for the inaugural 2011 Excellence in Business Intelligence Award.
UK BI Specialists DSCallards Partner with Global BI Vendor Yellowfin.
Melbourne-based Axiom Business Systems wins global award for cemetery management solution
Are you ok? Perhaps you should sit down. The Business Intelligence (BI) industry developed at a frenetic take-your-breath-away pace during 2010. In 2011 the tempo will be dialed up a few beats per minute, with a continuation of trends centered around the ease-of-use, access to, and speed of reporting and analytics.
The mobile BI market segment is just emerging, but with the proliferation of handheld mobile devices, access to BI functionality from the pockets of employees will soon become the norm.
In order to effectively achieve complex and large-scale changes to your business, the implementation of new approaches and strategies must be tracked, to ensure they are being implemented correctly and are achieving the desired results.
'Business Intelligence and Location Intelligence users often have a very basic requirement,' says Glen Rabie, CEO of Yellowfin. 'They want to see, where they can sell more stuff. It is up to us, as solution providers, to ensure that they have the tools to help them do just that.
If you have been tracking the Business Intelligence industry for a while you will have noticed that that in-memory analysis is all the rage. The reason for this is that it is more than a techno fad. In-memory analysis really does matter. And here are 5 reasons why.
Yellowfin Business Intelligence discuss In-Memory Reporting, requirements list.
Yellowfin's integrated In-memory technology takes advantage of hardware-based memory and multi-core processors to turbo charge queries and ease data exploration while also eliminating IT data-prep work such as cube building.
All Business Intelligence solutions must include enterprise administrative features, such as usage monitoring, single sign-on and change management; and this is just as true for in-memory solutions.
Fast analysis, better insight and rapid deployment with minimal IT involvement '”these are the leading benefits of in-memory analytics.
Yellowfin 5.0 is making Business Intelligence even easier. Rapid deployment through an in-memory database, improved filtering and the inclusion of excel as a data source means that companies can make better, faster, decisions to improve business outcomes.
'I'm delighted with its functionality. It's an awesome package, timesaving, easy to use and exciting,' says David.
Leading web-based BI provider, Yellowfin, will unveil their milestone 5.0 release in May 2010.
For traditional reporting, the dimensions of who, what, and when (customer, product, time), are well covered, however, the "Where" gets little attention. Location Intelligence, the mashup of Business Intelligence with GIS, brings visibility to the "where".
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