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InetSoft provides Java- and Web-based enterprise reporting and operational BI. The product offers several new data visualization features integrated with

java visualization  Intelligence InetSoft provides Java- and Web-based enterprise reporting and operational BI. The product offers several new data visualization features integrated with real-time data access and mash-up capabilities from multiple data sources. It is software that provides on-demand BI tools with reporting, data analytics, monitoring, dashboards, alerts, visualization, and many other features.

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java visualization  Platform-independent due to its Java-Ajax design, LiveDashBoard can be deployed on different types of operating systems, which enables Prelytis to provide a solution to a vast number of organizations of differing types. QlikTech: The QlikView Solution QlikTech was founded in 1993 in Lund (Sweden). QlikTech develops and distributes QlikView, a BI system based on a multi-dimensional database, with an innovative patented in-memory technology. Based on its in-memory approach to BI, QlikView has gained Read More

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Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 3


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java visualization  of Oracle database and Java-based application servers on the back end: some mix of technologies from adversaries, indeed). It is becoming quite obvious that the iPod   and iPhone generation is our future workforce, who require well designed tools that they “love” to interact with. At the same time, they accept no excuses for “Why can’t I…?” questions, such as, for instance, “Why can’t I search in the enterprise application in the same way that I search on Google ?” At the end of the Read More

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java visualization  product is written in Java and AJAX UI technologies, just note that this navigation mode is technology-agnostic. A Webcom’s user can be a seller of categories like: Software, Hardware, and Services. If a potential buyer clicks on Hardware, then the system will open up the subcategories like Servers and Printers. By further clicking on Servers, then the options can be Web Servers, Storage Servers, File Servers, and so on. While the user is navigating, the system creates at the top of the screen Read More

Boeing Autometric


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Deliver Results That Make an Impact


Learn how IBM SPSS Data Collection Survey Reporter, a versatile reporting and visualization solution, can help derive value from customer feedback and survey research to deliver findings to decision makers. Report creators can rapidly build and deliver reports that clearly communicate findings, while report recipients gain the ability to easily drill deeper into data for more meaningful—and actionable—insights.

java visualization  Results That Make an Impact Learn how IBM SPSS Data Collection Survey Reporter, a versatile reporting and visualization solution, can help derive value from customer feedback and survey research to deliver findings to decision makers. Report creators can rapidly build and deliver reports that clearly communicate findings, while report recipients gain the ability to easily drill deeper into data for more meaningful—and actionable—insights. Read More

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A Simplified Approach to Powerful, Flexible Data Visualization


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Intentia Americas Gains Momentum with 10 New Deals Inked During Last Two Weeks


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IBM Taking on Sun in Web Infrastructure?


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