Centrifuge Systems, Inc., a leading provider of next-generation business intelligence (BI) software, today announced that it has been..."/> Centrifuge Recognized as Cool Vendor in Analytics, BI and Performance Management by Leading Analyst Firm
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Centrifuge Recognized as Cool Vendor in Analytics, BI and Performance Management by Leading Analyst Firm


Vendors selected for the “Cool Vendor” report are innovative, impactful and intriguing

Centrifuge Systems, Inc., a leading provider of next-generation business intelligence (BI) software, today announced that it has been included in the list of “Cool Vendors in BI and Performance Management” published April 22, 2010 by Bill Glassman et al of Gartner, Inc.

The report identifies companies that offer innovative, impactful and intriguing approaches and technology for business intelligence and data exploration. To view and print this complimentary report, visit: View Gartner Report.

Centrifuge provides freeform data exploration via link analysis techniques, with connections rendered as interactive visualizations. This gives users the ability to find groupings and patterns and see non-obvious relationships and anomalies in large data sets at record level detail. In addition, Centrifuge incorporates visualizations such as charts, maps and time lines into a highly interactive form of BI. Users can also quickly connect to and integrate data from multiple sources into consolidated visualizations.

“We are honored to be selected as a Cool Vendor in the BI space by Gartner.” said Guljit Khurana, CEO of Centrifuge. “The demand for BI and analytics is skyrocketing. Businesses today need effective ways to reveal non-obvious insights quickly. Users want products that are easy to use and can be implemented in days rather than months. We believe the unique Centrifuge approach is well-aligned with this growing need and has been proven in the most demanding applications in the world.”

“We are also pleased to see Gartner recognize the growing value of link analysis. We believe this to be an indispensable tool in understanding hidden relationships,” continues Khurana. “Businesses interested in identifying important networks of consumers, influencers, partners or corporate assets can apply Centrifuge against any number of data sources. Today, public- and private-sector organizations are using Centrifuge both as a standalone application and in conjunction with traditional BI tools. In addition to wide usage across public sector organizations and agencies, Centrifuge is used for fraud analysis, product defect analysis, customer relationship management and more. Because Centrifuge can be installed quickly and features an intuitive user interface, the training needed to use this technology is minimal.”

Centrifuge allows you to download and use its software for free. You can also try it online with no software to install. To start your evaluation click here.

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