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If you’re a software developer, you’ve probably noticed that the enterprise software market is changing – rapidly. Keep reading; this isn’t a sales pitch.
More organizations, from across more industries, are seeking the ability to track, measure and manage their business processes. They’re looking to report on, analyze and present their organizational data in a range of formats, to help identify trends and opportunities, and support fundamental decision-making.
You can support that need by integrating reporting and analytics functionality into your existing software applications. And, you can do it painlessly, without having to spend all your time developing and supporting it.
This type of capability, often referred to as embedded Business Intelligence (BI), can add 20% to 30% to your organization’s top line revenue, increasing profit margins in both the short and longer term. Simply put, it can add another layer of awesomeness to your product.
In this Embedded BI Best Practices Webinar, presented by Yellowfin,
you’ll learn how to:
• Identify the BI features you require to successfully embed reporting and analytic capabilities into your existing software suite and exceed customer expectations
• Take your new analytic module to market quickly and win new business
• Successfully introduce BI to your customers and end-users in a way that stimulates interest, adoption and delivers value quickly
“It’s no secret that demand for reporting and analytics capabilities has spread across enterprise, and even customer-oriented, software throughout almost all major industries,” said Yellowfin CEO, Glen Rabie. “However, a degree of mystery and confusion still obscures the processes and features required to effectively and efficiently integrate analytical functionality into existing software applications.
“This Webinar will outline how to quickly enhance the value and salability of core product suites by adding an analytics module, whilst simultaneously avoiding stressful and common deployment, support and maintenance impediments.”
- Yellowfin CEO, Glen Rabie