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Applix Still Shows a Presence in the OLAP Market


Applix Inc. has announced an agreement with Pelephone, Israel's second largest cellular network and handset supplier, to deliver its real-time, multi-dimensional On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) solution, iTM1 to analyze customer profiles for over 1.2 million Pelephone subscribers.

olap olap  a Presence in the OLAP Market Applix Still Shows a Presence in the OLAP Market M. Reed - June 19, 2000 Event Summary Applix Inc. has announced an agreement with Pelephone, Israel''s second largest cellular network and handset supplier, to deliver its real-time, multi-dimensional Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) solution, iTM1. Through its channel partner in Israel, BICONIX, Applix will provide Pelephone the business intelligence capability for insight and analysis of cellular customers'' usage Read More

Business Intelligence Success, Lessons Learned


Is business intelligence (BI) an application that pays off? We have all heard mixed results but a 2003 extensive study on on-line analytical processing (OLAP) states that BI usually pays off over 60 percent of the time , explains where the value is found, and describes what’s required to get the pay off.

olap olap  269 pages industry report, OLAP 3 that was published in November 2003 by Nigel Pendse explains that BI benefits are very real. While the report covers many aspects of OLAP and BI, we will focus on business benefits and overcoming the obstacles of achieving those benefits. According to the report, approximately 19 percent of companies implementing BI claim they have met or exceeded their business goals. Over 60 percent state they have at least largely met their goals. As always, soft benefits were more Read More

The Shortcut Guide to Achieving Business Intelligence in Midsize Companies


This guide introduces you to the key concepts of business intelligence, including data modeling, data warehouses, online analytical processing (OLAP), and more. The author debunks many of the prevailing myths that scare small to medium businesses from investigating the use of business intelligence, and explains how the very same techniques and technologies used by massive enterprises are now available to them.

olap olap  warehouses, online analytical processing (OLAP), and more. The author debunks many of the prevailing myths that scare small to medium businesses from investigating the use of business intelligence, and explains how the very same techniques and technologies used by massive enterprises are now available to them. Read More

Panorama Software


Founded in 1993, Panorama Software provides business intelligence (BI) solutions. Panorama sold its online analytical processing (OLAP) technology to Microsoft Corporation in 1996. That technology became the foundation for SQL Server Analysis Services, and Panorama has since been a strategic Microsoft partner. Panorama focuses on delivering BI solutions to companies as traditional on-premise offerings or through software-as-a-service (SaaS). Panorama's BI solution combines aspects of Microsoft's BI platform, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft SharePoint, with BI functionality designed to meet the needs of analysts and information workers. Panorama is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario (Canada), with offices in New York, New York (US); London (England); and Tel Aviv (Israel).

olap olap  its online analytical processing (OLAP) technology to Microsoft Corporation in 1996. That technology became the foundation for SQL Server Analysis Services, and Panorama has since been a strategic Microsoft partner. Panorama focuses on delivering BI solutions to companies as traditional on-premise offerings or through software-as-a-service (SaaS). Panorama''s BI solution combines aspects of Microsoft''s BI platform, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft SharePoint, with BI functionality designed to meet the Read More

Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights Platform


Intellicus provides reporting—both ad-hoc and traditional pixel-perfect—dashboards, online analytical processing (OLAP), advanced visualization, scheduled report generation and delivery, business user meta layer, and mobile analytics with industry standard security features.   Its comprehensive set of features enables organizations to build a business intelligence solution for business users, on-premise customers, or hosted software subscribers.  

olap olap  online analytical processing (OLAP), advanced visualization, scheduled report generation and delivery, business user meta layer, and mobile analytics with industry standard security features.   Its comprehensive set of features enables organizations to build a business intelligence solution for business users, on-premise customers, or hosted software subscribers. Read More

Business Intelligence


The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make better decisions, by providing the right information to the right people at the right time. Moreover, employees increasingly suffer from information overload, and require solutions that make informed decisions a more natural part of the everyday work experience.

olap olap  also has support for OLAP for data analysis and an add-in for Excel. The following illustrations show how you can use the Enterprise Reporting Drill Down Explorer. Original Report Drill Down on the Total Group Drill Down on North America Crystal Reports Crystal Reports is a stand-alone report writer that is often used to produce reports for applications like Microsoft Dynamics GP. When used with Microsoft Dynamics GP, Crystal Reports accesses data directly from the database through ODBC. The following Read More

CRM Analytics Brings More Profitability


Targeting your best customers and personalizing your relationship with them, implies an in-depth understanding of their behavior.

olap olap  a specific service using OLAP engines (On Line Analytical Processing). Designed to be smaller than datawarehouses but faster in response time, datamarts are deployed as needed, thus helping companies reach their full analytical capabilities at their own pace. Through a predefined data model and broad analytical capabilities, CRM analytics are turn-key applications providing companies with user friendly tools that fulfill their customer''s knowledge needs. Datamarts Rely on Two Different OLAP Tools Read More

CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born


Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond. Fast forward to 2001. CRM has gotten fat, and the fatter it gets, it becomes more difficult to understand, more expensive to buy, more difficult to implement, and less likely to satisfy - either buyers of the software or their customers. Keep your eye on the ball: your customers, and your business.

olap olap  user-interface dashboards , or OLAP (OnLine Analytic Processing), or the more mundane hard reports , and pushing it all to web information portals that are either customer-facing, or internal-facing, or both. Remember, you can''t change what you don''t measure. Analytical CRM, and Corporate Business Intelligence, are hard core and here to stay, and will only become more important as the fight to keep customers loyal and happy rages ever fiercer. Collaborative CRM Now, we get to the wizzy, obvious, Read More

Business Intelligence Portal (BI Portal)


The Silverlight BI Portal is a centralized repository for data analyzing and reporting tools. AD Integrated Authentication and tight integration with the MS Report Server make it ideal for intranet deployments. Forms Based Authentication and SQL Server based storage engine, are also supported to allow SSAS Cubes to be securely exposed to Internet users. The portal utilizes direct calls to the back-end servers, thus eliminating the middle tier - no impersonation and no scalability issues. It consists of multiple products that target the front end data presentation, report design and deployment, as well has back end server monitoring, optimization and tuning.   For the data consumers, report builders, analysts:   Silverlight Business Intelligence Companion – the first truly no installation, web-based application for quickly browsing and analyzing OLAP cubes. Report Server Companion - allows for managing the MS SSRS services, extends the SSRS manager web site functionalities, built in reports designer Report Server Viewer - browser SSRS reports in Silverlight Application Interactive Dashboards - create and share dashboards. Present them in Silverlight and HMTL5 for mobile support Data Mining Companion - create scenarios and evaluate the results by using the mouse only in seconds Interactive Charts and Maps - real-time charts, over 500 maps, Bing Maps integration, custom areas, 3D rendering   For the Administrators and Developers these products focus on the monitoring, reporting, tuning and optimizing the most valuable IT resources - the data servers:   Companion for MS Analysis Server Companion for MS SQL Server   The BI Portal offers low cost Per Server instance licensing with unlimited end users and unlimited technical support directly related to the product. Additional consulting and development services are available.  

olap olap  quickly browsing and analyzing OLAP cubes. Report Server Companion - allows for managing the MS SSRS services, extends the SSRS manager web site functionalities, built in reports designer Report Server Viewer - browser SSRS reports in Silverlight Application Interactive Dashboards - create and share dashboards. Present them in Silverlight and HMTL5 for mobile support Data Mining Companion - create scenarios and evaluate the results by using the mouse only in seconds Interactive Charts and Maps - Read More

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q


C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, we continue the Lexicon of CRM.

olap olap  item is the OEM. OLAP - OnLine Analytic Processing . In the business-intelligence world, OLAP represents a live report in which users can employ such devices as pivot tables, drill downs, and real-time calculations to derive much more information from one report than is typical with a static report. As an example, a report that shows sales per state, through OLAP technology, may allow the user to drill down on a specific state to see sales per city within that state, in real time. OLTP - OnLine Read More

Has The BI Market Consolidation Been Crystal-Clearly Actuated? Part Two: Market Impact


In addition to products' rationalization, the integration at sales and cultural levels will be challenging. In general, existing customers of involved merging vendors should be alert, but they should still look at these events as positive.

olap olap  reasons to extend its OLAP infrastructure and expanding CPM product line to include Brio''s query and reporting capabilities, whereas Business Objects'' focus remains mainly within reporting and interactive analytics, but the acquisition gives it a well-oiled organizational infrastructure, thereby exceeding Cognos and Hyperion in revenue, licenses, customers and OEM partnerships. Both Business Objects and Crystal have established channel partnerships built on the capability to embed within the context of Read More

Collaborative Commerce: ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: IFS - Part 2 of 2


IFS needs to bolster its brand awareness, and let the world know that they are, in fact, a real contender in the Collaborative Commerce space. Once companies get IFS in-house and get to touch and feel it - to really understand its user interface and ease of use advantages over many of its rivals - it often wins.

olap olap  and they don''t support OLAP capabilities directly. The IFS Datawarehouse supports so-called cube (multi-dimensional data) generation, which can be extracted using IFS Data Transformation Services to populate pre-packaged Microsoft SQLServer OLAP cubes, for OLAP analysis. Limited Market Scope In discussions with the company, TEC learned that IFS garners over 50% of its income from the Manufacturing sector worldwide, and 90% of their U.S. income comes from the Manufacturing sector. To position itself Read More

Vendors Harness Excel (and Office) to Win the Lower-end of Business Intelligence Market


Small and medium businesses wanting the benefits of business intelligence (BI) without having to implement a large enterprise system may find a viable option in Excel-based BI and analytics tools that leverage add-in applications from vendors.

olap olap  in addition to the OLAP solutions too. Some of MBS'' improved BI functionalities reach outside of the financial reporting domain, and there are some notable examples including. The availability of OLAP offerings for the majority of the ERP product lines, allowing for ad hoc analysis of operational, as well as financial data; The introduction of Microsoft SQL Reporting Services Report Packs for Microsoft Great Plains and Microsoft CRM (and Axapta soon to come); and The embedded use of notification services Read More

The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 3


Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series went through the five previous generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) product. In late 2008, at the European Microsoft Convergence user conference, attendees saw the sixth major release of the product, dubbed Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. The product’s subsequent launch in the US was in February 2009 (the replay can be seen here). But

olap olap  it is not an OLAP tool per se ). Moreover, the balance of native functional footprint vs. “white spaces” for partners’ intellectual property has been both a blessing and a curse for Dynamics NAV. For example, the product lacks its own decent demand management solution. Microsoft considers deep application functionality an important part of its abovementioned partner-driven vertical industry strategy. To that end, several ISVs deliver demand management-type functionality such as  TXT e-solutions Read More