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The Business Case for Advanced Data Visualization

Source: Visual Mining, Inc.
Software vendors and users often view advanced data visualization and dashboard capabilities as the “sizzle” that helps sell the product. This over-simplification misses the key point that ADV delivers the “steak” (i.e., the relevant information) users need to make accurate assessments that optimize business results. Discover how ADV and dashboards can help you keep your company focused on its core mission.


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QlikTech
QlikTech’s powerful, accessible business intelligence solution enables organizations to make better and faster decisions. Its QlikView product delivers enterprise-class analytics and search with the simplicity and ease of use of office productivity software. The in-memory associative search technology it pioneered makes calculations in real time, enabling business professionals to gain insight through intuitive data exploration. It can be deployed on-premise, in the cloud, or on a laptop or mobile device, for a single user or large global enterprises. QlikTech is headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania (US), with offices around the world and a network of more than 1,400 partners to serve more than 28,000 customers in over 100 countries worldwide. Read More...
DRINK-IT
Source: The NORRIQ Group Drink-IT® is an advanced and modular software suite that is intended mainly for producers and distribution centers in the beverage industry, such as breweries, specialized beverage wholesalers, and beverage producers. Companies can order specific modules in accordance with their needs and requirements. Drink-IT enables them to cover all enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) processes in one integrated solution. Drink-IT provides the insight necessary to make informed decisions in production and quality management, logistics, sales, and promotions, and helps companies manage the many legislative aspects of this industry, from lot traceability to taxes, no matter what country they operate in. Drink-IT is globally available and already implemented in more than 80 beverage companies in 30 countries. Drink-IT has more than 3,000 users worldwide. Drink-IT is built on the platform of Microsoft Dynamics NAV2013 R2. This means that the solution is perfectly compatible with all other Microsoft applications and can therefore be integrated seamlessly into almost any existing business environment. Drink-IT has received the status of “Certified for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.” This signifies that Drink-IT has met Microsoft’s highest standard for partner-developed software. The certification is based on independent software tests as well as the Dynamics partner demonstrating a clear focus and strategy. Read More...
Improving Business Performance with HR Technology
Source: TriNet Time and money. Two things most entrepreneurs need more of on any given day. And the surprising thing is that there are new ways to get more of both: through technology applied to human resources (HR). The most advanced HR technology providers can streamline the processes for managers and employees, offering total access anytime and anywhere to the most important elements of their HR data. Read this guide to learn more. Read More...


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