Interview with CEO of iPhone/iPad BI App Vendor MeLLmo

  • Source: Technology Evaluation Centers
Many business applications are going mobile. And BI is no exception. Many BI software vendors are launching new versions that support mobile features, while others are launching special BI applications specifically for mobile devices. This is the case with California-based MeLLmo, which offers the native iPhone/iPad RoamBI app—designed from the ground up as a mobile BI application. In this interview with MeLLmo CEO Santiago Becerra, he answers questions about RoamBI differentiators, the challenges of designing mobile BI, and the limitations of mobile BI.
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