This Is Self-service: InfoZoom at the CeBIT Business Intelligence Forum
Fast, high-performance data analysis for business users – InfoZoom Server 1.1 offers completely new business opportunities for InfoZoom partners
Bonn, Germany. 28 January 2013 – humanIT Software GmbH will showcase its analysis software InfoZoom from 5 – 9 March 2013 at the BARC Forum for Business Intelligence & Data Management in Hall 6 A18 and the eCommercePark in Hall 6 K18 at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, Germany.
The powerful in-memory software offers comprehensive capabilities for high-performance analytics. Decision-makers from various departments and industries can use InfoZoom to quickly obtain an overview on complex data sets and flexibly analyze heterogeneous data sources completely on their own. In addition to its InfoZoom Desktop tool for end users, humanIT will also release InfoZoom Server 1.1 as a software development kit (SDK) for partners on
5 March 2013.
With InfoZoom, users can easily select and analyze masses of data from a wide range of applications. IT manufacturers, system builders and consultancies can also quickly extend their own portfolios with high-performance, intuitive, self-service BI functionality to increase their current sales potential. InfoZoom Server provides a scalable client-server architecture as well as modern desktop and Web clients based on .NET technology for sophisticated projects and IT solutions. At the beginning of the year, humanIT also launched its new JOIN partner program which provides a transparent alliance framework and as well as further advantages beyond InfoZoom Server.
At CeBIT, humanIT will also target specialized companies that want to sell InfoZoom in their respective market segments or use it to increase the quality of their own consulting services in customer projects.
Companies that are interested in delivering capabilities for self-service BI and flexible, powerful analytics should use the opportunity to experience the InfoZoom “wow effect” live in action at CeBIT 2013. InfoZoom helps business users understand complex masses of data at a glance thanks to a unique analytic method developed by the Frauenhofer Institute. Through flexible analyses directly on the data level without predefined paths, users can utilize the full potential of their information.
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