KMWorld Names NoetixViews 6.3 for Oracle E-Business Suite a “Trend-Setting Product” for 2014

KMWorld has named NoetixViews® 6.3 for Oracle® E-Business Suite a “Trend-Setting Product” for 2014. NoetixViews was one of 650 vendor offerings assessed by the judging panel, which consists of editorial colleagues, analysts, system integrators, vendors themselves, line-of-business managers and users. Selected products demonstrate technology breakthroughs that bring outstanding value to the customer. Read more

Noetix and Qlik: Oracle EBS Reporting for QlikView Users

QlikView customers that wish to leverage the power of business discovery and natural analytics on data from Oracle E-Business Suite would need to write complex QlikView Load Script that is beyond the capability of many end-users, creating a technical resource bottleneck. Read more

Noetix Scores 8th KMWorld “Trend-Setting Product” Nomination

Noetix® Generator for QlikView® has been named a KMWorld “Trend-Setting Product” for 2013.  Introduced in April, Noetix Generator for QlikView reduces tedious effort by automatically integrating application data with QlikView, enabling faster, more cost-effective access to that data, whether it’s in Oracle® E-Business Suite (EBS) or in the data warehouse.  This is the eighth consecutive year that a Noetix product has made the KMWorld list. Read more

Noetix Introduces Noetix Analytics 5.3

Noetix has introduced Noetix® Analytics 5.3, with numerous improvements including new data marts, performance enhancements, and a streamlined upgrade process that together deliver a superior ownership experience.
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Check out the 2012 Wisdom of the Crowds BI Market Study

This year marks the third publishing of Howard Dresner’s “Wisdom of the Crowds™ Business Intelligence Market Study,” now available for download from Tableau Software: Read more

2012 Kickoff – Executive Q & A with Noetix CEO Morris Beton

What are the top trends you see emerging in the BI space in 2012?

As far as 2012 top BI trends go, I see the following: 1) real BI cloud innovation, 2) fake BI cloud prosperity, and 3) Microsoft making serious inroads within the BI market.

Generally, I see no major monetarily impactful trends – 99% of all the BI money made and spent will be status quo. However, when you consider that BI is the archetypal bottomless pit of ambiguous corporate expenditure, then one comes to the conclusion that if you mix BI with cloud and SaaS, then it all adds up to substantive VC money. Now that’s worth going after and it just so happens that it yields great innovation as a byproduct. As a result, I see minuscule, but real progress being made in the SaaS/Cloud-based BI space by VC-backed startups. Read more