McLean, VA (PRWEB) July 11, 2011
LogiXML, the pioneer of web-based business intelligence (BI) software, today announced that Blood Centers of America, Inc., whose member-blood centers provide 35 percent of the United States’ blood transfusion supply, has chosen LogiXML to analyze data across its nationwide network of blood centers.
“Dealing with the blood supply is a critical responsibility and the ability to have, share, collaborate and analyze real-time data helps our members meet their missions,” said Greg Bishop, the director of technology, BCA. “We chose LogiXML BI because it had the right combination of flexibility, speed, and ease-of-use that allowed us to deliver this critical information to people at any level of our organization.”
More than 1,200 member employees around the country are using LogiXML software to record, update, and analyze changes in the blood supply and other operational information; with LogiXML, BCA members also know when they need to increase the supply of blood types at their centers, or when and where they should allocate excess supply of a particular blood type.
“BCA is an excellent example of an organization leveraging the power of agile BI to deliver sensitive information to a large group of people quickly and in ways that makes it easy to work with,” said Brett Jackson, CEO, LogiXML. “Additionally, BCA use of LogiXML to facilitate sharing and collaboration reflects a trend in BI that will continue to grow over the next year.”
According to recent LogiXML research, a combined 80 percent of business and IT professionals consider these types of collaborative capabilities to be “very important” or “important” in BI products.
Founded in 2000, LogiXML was the first to market with next generation, web-based business intelligence software. LogiXML provides web-based dashboards, user-friendly reports, and on-demand analysis that enables both technical and non-technical users to make better decisions for their organizations.
For more information on LogiXML, go to http://www.logixml.com.