TechnologyTechnology One unveils business intelligence offering

Technology One unveils business intelligence offering

Enterprise solutions provider targets 400 customers with business intelligence product

Enterprise business software group Technology One is targeting 400 new
customer wins with the launch of its business intelligence solution.

The new product, built on the groups Connected Intelligence platform, will
offer users real-time information and an organisation-wide view of their
business.

‘The large ERP vendors have simply ticked the box by acquiring companies and
are now cobbling together a BI solution for their long suffering customers,’
said executive chairman Adrian Di Marco. ‘We expect many of our competitor’s
customers will adopt our BI solution because of the benefits it offers over the
larger ERP attempts,’ said Di Marco.

More than ten large government and commercial organisations have already
purchased the programme as part of a pilot in Australia.

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