Vendor Spotlight: Core Analytx

Core Analytx is a vendor of business intelligence (BI) software solutions and services. Its BI solution is an affordable option for medium-sized organization and a flexible and easy-to-use business analytics option for large organizations, as a main provider or as a complement for those organizations already using other BI applications. TEC BI analyst Jorge García profiles the company and its core product.

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Core Analytx: The Company

Core Analytx saw the light of day for the first time in 2010 in Toronto, Ontario. This young Canadian company has been providing business intelligence (BI) and BI services for a wide number of small to medium businesses (SMBs), mostly in North America, but it is looking to expand its business via Europe and the Asia Pacific regions. The company provides data analysis services for those companies with a need for easy-to-use decision support systems (figure 1).

Although in the BI and analytics space only a short time, Core Analytx has grown quickly. Rapid implementation and solid support have enabled Core Analytx to gain customers in various industries and of different sizes.

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