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Sisense Version 6 leverages In-Chip technology to improve business users' access to advanced analytics on low-cost commodity machines without the need for special data warehouse tools or dedicated IT staff.
Michael Nadeau, publisher at WIS Publishing, comments “Commonly, organizations have multiple data warehouse tools for staging data, which inevitably leads to issues arising and trouble in the deployment of solutions.
On the software side there were many tools available that generally fell into two categories: 1) "Best of Breed" in which software from different companies is chosen based on success in a particular segment of the overall process or 2) "Single Vendor" in which all data warehouse tools are purchased as a suite from one vendor.
At Leonard's Logic, the French data warehouse tools vendor, Hill successfully launched a UK subsidiary.
"The pharmaceutical sales force of tomorrow will need new technology - including sophisticated data warehouse tools - to ensure availability of product for delivery and all possible economies as well as to provide information about outcomes."
Noonan says that the only area of software that SPSS is not targeting is the "warehousing business." According to Mike Norman, senior analyst at the Data Warehouse Tools Bulletin, this push towards offering a wide breadth of data mining software capabilities is "the only game in town." He predicts that the result of this drive towards a platform will be a drastic increase in merger and acquisition activity in the sector, with companies buying up other firms to fill 'holes' in their software capabilities.
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