Intuitive Business Intelligence has launched Intuitive 4 – a major new release of its well-established BI visualisation solution.
The new release was previewed at the recent Intuitive Partner conference at the Olympic Park in London and has received great feedback from partners.
As Chris Thompson MD of ProcessFlows comments
“We have already upgraded our own version of the software, and have found the productivity gains in terms of dashboard design and improved flexibility very appealing”
Key features of the new release include:
From a technical perspective Intuitive 4 has moved the dashboard designer and component builder into HTML5 which has allowed for greater flexibility in design and management.
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The Intuitive Partner Awards were the finale of the Intuitive Partner Launch Pad held last week at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
The aim of the day was to help Intuitive partners to accelerate their success in Business Intelligence. Intuitive presented an update on strategy, a preview of the new features and benefits of Intuitive 4, ideas on how to re-engage with existing clients to achieve more success, and two successful partners gave an overview of their strategies.
The day culminated with Intuitive’s Partner Recognition Awards. Winners in each category were as follows (pictured from l-r):
Intuitive Business Intelligence to hold Partner Launch Pad Event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. 12th October 2017.
Intuitive is holding its Partner Launch Pad on Thursday this week at the London Olympic Park to help its partners to accelerate their success in Business Intelligence.
With over 50 partners registered, and with a Formula One theme, the informative event will give an update to all partners on Intuitive’s strategy and also showcase Intuitive 4.
In addition the event will show how to create a winning partnership – by sharing Partner case studies of best practice and successful system integration. Partners have also been given the opportunity to showcase their Business Intelligence solutions with a pop-up exhibition and networking area available throughout the day.
Intuitive will share details of specific support that is available for its partners to improve marketing and sales success and ultimately grow partner revenue.
As Roger Stocker, CEO explains “We sell our dashboard and data visualisation software exclusively through partners, and this event is an ideal opportunity to bring them up to date on our company, the new version of our software – Intuitive 4 and celebrate our joint successes. We are delighted to be welcoming over 50 people from our partners to the event and are looking forward to a really productive and enjoyable day.”
The day will culminate on the Podium with Intuitive’s Partner Recognition Awards – giving recognition for best use of the solution, technical integration, and individual sales success.
We will then have a final Pitstop at the Crate Brewery for a beer tasting and bite to eat with some more networking opportunities too
PAe Business introduces a new Business Intelligence dashboard to streamline business data into one solution. This new intelligent dashboard creates ease when monitoring data, helps highlight relevant KPIs and leads to better-informed and faster business decisions.
The dashboard is designed to help customers present all the data from a range of management information systems into one complete dashboard.
Data automatically feeds into the PAe Business Intelligence Dashboard, allowing users to monitor information from all Print Audit solutions and 3rd party applications of their choice.
The Business Intelligence Dashboard is available via a responsive, web-based portal and lets users generate and present reports anytime and anywhere, with the same ease of use and elegant presentation across all devices.
All components of the dashboards ‘come out of the box,' optimised to represent the most useful information, allowing the user to utilise the mass functionality of the Dashboard. Graphs and charts have intelligent features giving the user the option to ‘drill-down’ into the information and refine the search criteria.
"PAe BI is a powerful addition to our customers’ capability and provides them with a significant competitive advantage. The sheer volume of data that our customers have to analyse just to run their business effectively, and the growing appetite for data required to fulfil tender requirements is growing by the day. This meant we had to develop a solution that provided a dashboard capable of displaying data not only from our own solutions portfolio, but was open in terms of its architecture so it could be used to show key metrics from third party solutions such as Service Management Systems. PAe BI achieves this. We take data from a wide variety of sources within an organisation and display the required Key Performance Indicators."
Phil Madders – Managing Director, Print Audit Europe
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Lincs Inspire, which helps people in North East Lincolnshire lead more active and healthy lives through sport, culture and entertainment, is creating a healthier future for itself after implementing a cloud-hosted financial solution from Advanced. The social enterprise is using a suite of services to ensure its financial and reporting structures are fit, agile and shape a mobile workforce in keeping with its active ethos.
The integrated solution comprises OpenAccounts, Advanced’s finance and procurement system with eBIS workflow, V1’s software for automating the purchase-to-pay processes, as well as Intuitive Dashboards, used for graphical dashboard reporting.
Read the full press release here.
Intuitive BI partner ProcessFlows has been shortlisted as a finalist in the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2017.
ProcessFlows' Places for People Project has reached the final selection of the Big Data, IoT or Analytics Solution of the Year category. The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony in London on the 30th of March.
See our latest article on ChannelBiz: Bye Bye, Legacy BI: Convincing Customers To Ditch Their Legacy Systems
Why is running a legacy BI system to problematic? We live in a fast-paced, information hungry society that not only expects but demands instant and up-to-date information. In any given second in a day, 7,342 tweets are sent; 741 Instagram photos uploaded; 56,240 Google searches are carried out and 2.5 million emails sent (InternetLiveStats).
At a time when toddlers are using iPads proficiently and grandparents are Skyping, why are some businesses still ‘making do’ with archaic business intelligence (BI) systems? In such a tech-savvy society, it’s crazy that organisations are battling with unwieldly legacy systems that are failing to deliver instant and accurate insights. So, now’s the time for the channel to educate its customers on the issues and risks of using legacy systems so that we can say “bye bye, legacy BI” once and for all!
International cloud computing programme announces shortlist. Intuitive Business Intelligence (Intuitive) has reached the final of the International 2016-2017 Cloud Awards Programme in the Best Cloud BI/Analytics Solution category.
Now entering its seventh year, The Cloud Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in the rapid-growth cloud computing market. Accepting entries from across the globe, entrants come from the US, Canada, Australasia and EMEA.
See our latest blog post on MBA World: Harnessing data visualisation to drive business growth.
We live in a world dominated by information. In any given second, 7,342 tweets are sent, 56,240 Google searches are carried-out and 2.5 million emails sent. In fact, best estimates suggest that at least 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is produced every day (that’s 2.5 followed by an incredible 18 zeros!).
Businesses are massive generators and proprietors of this data, from personnel records and prospect lists through to debtor details and sales forecasts. The decision whether to harness and make sense of this data, can mean the difference between a business operating ‘blind’ and one that understands its position, where it’s going and how to get there.
Taking a partner-led approach to BI success, Intuitive Managing Director Tony Bray recently took part in a Q&A with IT funding provider Syscap.
Formed in 2010, UK-based data visualisation software author, Intuitive Business Intelligence, has grown dramatically. The company attributes its success to its innovative software and its partner-led approach, which has been crucial to growing its customer base to almost 500 end users worldwide. We catch-up with Intuitive’s MD, Tony Bray, to find out the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of Intuitive’s partnership-led strategy.
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