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I-Impact Predicts Your Customer Retention!
More and more, the market is requesting that a CRM or an ERP application include analytics which can be used in a myriad of businesses to predict customer

i impact  that drive the server-based Impact Analytics Workbench, Data Drill Down, OLPP browsing, Report Builder, and Report Viewer On-line Predictive Processing (OLPP) With OLPP, I-Impact seems to go beyond the limitations of just OLAP technology by providing a complete development and delivery environment for predictive modeling. OLPP technology includes three major components: OLPP platform—to support multiple independent model building, learning, and scoring functions OLPP applications—support clear and eas

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