"The use of a robust engine such as the SQL Server Analysis Services gives us a huge advantage in the market, and allows us to focus on building customer-centric solutions"
New York (PRWEB) September 20, 2016
Panorama Software is very proud to be celebrating 20 years since the invention of the OLAP technology. The company was founded in 1993 and by 1996 it had become the leading developer of OLAP and Business Intelligence in the Israeli market, gaining over 75% market share in just over two years. In 1996, the company’s OLAP software technology was acquired by Microsoft Corporation and formed the basis for Microsoft’s database technology known as OLAP Services and renamed as Analysis Services.
After developing and selling the OLAP technology to Microsoft, Panorama continued to innovate and develop technologies for data analysis utilizing the Analysis Services technology. The strong relationship with Microsoft, allowed Panorama to natively use Microsoft technologies and to build innovative customer-focused business intelligence solutions.
“The use of a robust engine such as the SQL Server Analysis Services gives us a huge advantage in the market, and allows us to focus on building customer-centric solutions” said Tomer Paz, Panorama’s Product Manager “and our deep understanding of the Analysis Services and its unique capabilities and language (DAX and MDX for example), really enables us to get the most out of it, and offer our customers capabilities that others cannot”.
Panorama Software continues to prove its expertise in the market, with more than 20 years of experience innovating and setting trends. Its experience plus drive for innovation have positioned Panorama at a leading position in the BI and Smart Data Discovery markets. The latest launch of Necto 16 speaks for itself: Panorama is leading innovation in the market. Necto 16 is the next generation of smart data discovery and business Intelligence solutions uncovering the hidden insights in your data presenting it in beautiful dashboards powered with KPI Alerts, which is ran by a centrally administered system.