LogiXML Asserts Leadership in Web-Based Business Intelligence with New Logi 9 BI Platform

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New hybrid data engine, new Logi Intelligence server, new widget support, new ETL capability, new Java support, new ad hoc Dashboarding and more Web 2.0-style options distinguish feature-rich Logi BI offering from competition.

LogiXML is asserting its leadership in Web-based business intelligence with the launch of the new Logi 9 BI platform

LogiXML, Inc. today announced Logi 9, the newest release of the company's popular business intelligence (BI) platform. The new Logi 9 BI Platform takes Web-based BI to a new level of operational capability that works effectively for small to mid-size organizations as well as world-class enterprises. Logi 9 is a unified platform that supports more than 300 BI features out of the box; organizations can apply these features to their BI implementation as needed.

Key upgrades include even more user-friendly and Web 2.0-style elements, a wide variety of visualization and personalization options and a Widget building tool. At the same time Logi 9 is introducing a new ETL product that enables easy data integration for customers, and new data management features and powerful scalability capabilities via the Logi Hybrid Data Engine. All of these capabilities are packaged in an outstanding value proposition. In addition, Logi 9 sets the stage for platform independence on both .NET and Java. The Java version of the flagship Logi Info product is available now and will be extended to the entire platform this year.

"LogiXML is asserting its leadership in Web-based business intelligence with the launch of the new Logi 9 BI platform," said Arman Eshraghi, Founder and CEO, LogiXML.

LogiXML established the unified Web-based BI Platform as a clearly differentiated BI layer, a sharp contrast from piecemeal offerings from traditional BI vendors. The Logi 8 BI Platform, introduced in January 2007, set a new bar for delivering a full set of managed reporting capabilities that included Ajax-enabled Dashboards and a wide range of visualization options, ad hoc reporting and data integration to provide customers with a flexible level of access to information for analysis.

Today, the Logi 9 BI Platform extends these core business benefits while enhancing data integration with a variety of data sources, powerful scalability, support for Web-based collaboration, and expanding the business intelligence delivery options for customers and partners.

The new Logi Hybrid Data Engine in Logi 9 empowers organizations to process reports that access large numbers of records or to support a large volume of users. Logi Hybrid Data Engine is fully tunable to balance user and system requirements to deliver performance and scalability.

"The need for BI to be more flexible and integrated into the enterprise and the information and services on the Internet is a reality today," said Mark Smith, CEO & EVP Research, Ventana Research. "LogiXML and the capabilities in version 9 represents the next generation of BI that leverages Internet scale and performance technology and capabilities on a common platform to meet the diverse needs of business and IT."

Logi 9 is available now. For more information visit http://www.logixml.com or call 1.888.LOGIXML.    

About LogiXML, Inc. (http://www.logixml.com)
LogiXML, the leader in interactive, Web-based Business Intelligence, empowers enterprises to turn data into actionable information with pure Web-based reporting and analysis products. The Company offers a unified platform that addresses all key areas of BI - managed reporting, ad hoc reporting, analysis and data integration. Used by thousands of organizations worldwide, LogiXML products are built on standards-based technologies for easy integration, implementation and upgrade. The LogiXML server-based pricing model makes its powerful technology the most affordable BI solution on the market. Founded in 2000, LogiXML is privately held, venture backed and based in McLean, Virginia.

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