DM Radio Broadcast Recording of InetSoft Speaking About Data Visualization Available

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Top ten reasons why data visualization helps businesses are listed

InetSoft Technology

InetSoft Technology

Data visualization transcends both written and spoken languages, and thus can persuade the most far-flung teams to act.

InetSoft Technology, an innovator in data mashup driven dashboard and reporting solutions, announced Senior Technologist Byron Igoe participated on a panel of industry experts discussing why data visualization technology helps businesses. Joining Byron were hosts Eric Kavanagh and Jim Ericson, world-renowned Analyst Mark Madsen of Third Nature, plus Doug Cogswell, of Advizor Solutions, and Rich Penkowski, of Deloitte.

As a preview of what was discussed, the first three reasons why are:

  •      It can reveal patterns in data that can prove to be highly beneficial
  •      It can help you make your point on a serious business issue
  •      It transcends both written and spoken languages, and thus can persuade the most far-flung teams to act.

To listen to the recorded broadcast, please visit http://www.information-management.com/dmradio/-10022504-1.html/.

About InetSoft

Since 1996 InetSoft has been delivering easy, agile, and robust business intelligence software that makes it possible for organizations and solution providers of all sizes to deploy or embed full-featured business intelligence solutions. Application highlights include visually-compelling and interactive dashboards that ensure greater end-user adoption plus pixel-perfect report generation, scheduling, and bursting. InetSoft’s patent pending Data Block™ technology enables productive reuse of queries and a unique capability for end-user defined data mashup. This capability combined with efficient information access enabled by InetSoft’s visual analysis technologies allows maximum self-service that benefits the average business user, the IT administrator, and the developer. InetSoft solutions have been deployed at over 3,000 organizations worldwide, including 25% of Fortune 500 companies, spanning all types of industries.

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