Many IT markets work in cycles. For example, the centralized infrastructure of the mainframe was replaced with the broad de-centralizing effect of the PC, and the pendulum has swung back to centralized again as cloud services on central hosts take over. In the Business Intelligence (BI) market, focused best of breed products were the norm, followed by a period where many were acquired by the larger vendors and incorporated into a full stack. Recently, best of breed BI tools are back on the up. Premie Naicker, MD of Yellowfin South Africa says she's seen a really big shift from the full stack platform-based BI back to best of breed.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, has had its native Mobile BI application for Apple’s iPad identified among the six best in world by softwareadvice.com.
The agreement will see the Texas-headquartered consultancy make Yellowfin’s easy-to-use BI solution, and associated training and implementation services, available to its large customer base throughout the United States.
The ‘Think Tank 2013’ conference will run across two days, Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 March 2013, and will be held in Melbourne, Australia – Yellowfin’s international headquarters.
Leading enterprise IT analyst firm, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), has released an Impact Brief identifying global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, as an innovator in mid-market BI, with an emphasis on Collaborative BI.
The agreement will see Praxa make Yellowfin’s easy-to-use BI solution, and associated training and implementation services, available to its broad range of corporate and government organizations within Australia.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) developer, Yellowfin, has been identified as a leading “Dashboard vendor” and “Small to Medium Projects vendor” in the Business Applications Research Center’s (BARC) The BI Survey 12 – the world’s largest end-user BI study.
The Aberdeen Group’s Data Management for BI: Fueling the Analytical Engine with High-Octane Information study underscores the growing demand for embedded BI capabilities, reporting that organizations are struggling to effectively utilize increasing data volumes. The report found that, in 2012, the average organization is experiencing a 41 percent year-over-year increase in data volumes, from an average of 15 different data sources.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, will host a series of embedded BI best practice Webinars throughout Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 November.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor Yellowfin, an official Microsoft ISV partner, has announced its formal support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.