Businness Intelligence & Big Data

Product

SAS

SAS

SAP-BO

SAS-BO

IBM

IBM

     SAS Business Intelligence gives you the information you need, when you need it, in the right format. By integrating data from across your enterprise and delivering self-service reporting and analysis, IT spends less time responding to requests and business users spend less time looking for information. SAS Business Intelligence also offers an integrated, robust and flexible presentation layer for the full breadth of SAS Analytics capabilities, including statistics, predictive analytics, data and text mining, forecasting, and optimization – all integrated within the business context for better, faster decision making.

     SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence (BI) solutions simplify data manipulation, allowing users to access, navigate, analyze, format, and share information across a corporate environment. The following products allow a wide range of processes, from search and navigation to advanced analytics, enterprise query, reporting and analysis, dashboards and visualization, and information infrastructure management.

     From business intelligence to financial performance and strategy management to analytics applications, Cognos software can provide what your organization needs to become top-performing and analytics-driven. With products for the individual, workgroup, department, midsize business and large enterprise, Cognos software is designed to help everyone in your organization make the decisions that achieve better business outcomes—for now and in the future.

Microsoft

Microsoft

Informatica

Informatica

Talend

Talend

     The Microsoft BI Solution Builder gives you a detailed view into the specific BI capabilities that exist in your current Microsoft product portfolio. Using an interactive matrix, this tool lets you immediately see the BI capabilities in your existing products, and also ways you can upgrade to get the specific BI capabilities for your business goals and preferences.

   It will even give you customized resource links and next steps based on your company type, industry, use-case scenarios, and preferences – all exportable to a PowerPoint report.

     Informatica provides data integration software and services that enable organizations to gain a competitive advantage in today's global information economy by empowering them with timely, relevant and trustworthy data for their top business imperatives.

     Talend is the leading developer of open source data integration systems. Recognized as "visionary" in recent Gartner reports on the data integration sector, Talend makes powerful ETL and data management technology easily available to organizations of all sizes with Talend Open Studio for Data Integration.

Cloudera

Clodera

Fusion Charts

FusionCharts

Oracle

     With data growing so rapidly and the rise of unstructured data accounting for 90% of the data today, the time has come for enterprises to re-evaluate their approach to data storage, management and analytics. Legacy systems will remain necessary for specific high-value, low-volume workloads, and compliment the use of Hadoop-optimizing the data management structure in your organization by putting the right Big Data workloads in the right systems.

   The cost-effectiveness, scalability and streamlined architectures of Hadoop will make the technology more and more attractive. In fact, the need for Hadoop is no longer a question. The only question now is how to take advantage of it best, and the enterprise-proven answer is Cloudera.

Advantages of using FusionCharts
 
  • Animated and interactive Charts
  • Easy yet powerful JavaScript integration
  • No installation hassles
  • Easy to use
  • Runs on a variety of platforms
  • Reduces load on your servers
  • A plethora of chart types

     Oracle Corporation is a U.S.-based multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood City, California, United States. The company specializes in developing and marketing computer hardware systems and enterprise software products – particularly its own brands of database management systems. Oracle is the second-largest software maker by revenue, after Microsoft.

        The company also builds tools for database development and systems of middle-tier software, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, customer relationship management (CRM) software and supply chain management (SCM) software.