The MicroStrategy Architecture

If you’re in the midst of evaluating business intelligence (BI) software, this datasheet sheds light on a BI solution based on a relational online analytical processing (ROLAP) architecture that can provide high scalability and interactivity. Find out more about ROLAP, as well as how BI solutions can support all levels of BI initiatives, including migration from departmental BI toward a more cohesive enterprise framework.
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