InfoZoom 8.0 release scheduled for November
humanIT will present new version of its fast analysis software at InfoZoom Best Practice Day
InfoZoom 8.0 includes a comfortable formula editor to make complex formulas more manageable. Technical users with SQL skills can now directly transfer SQL queries to the source database from InfoZoom for easier connectivity to complex databases. Through these and other new enhancements, business users have a wide range of possibilities to analyze their data.
“We see a strong market demand for simple tools that different departments can use to analyze their growing volumes of data,” explains Ralph Gattinger, Managing Director of humanIT Software. “With InfoZoom 8.0, we have continued to orient ourselves towards human cognitive abilities so that users can quickly understand complex data masses, analyze them spontaneously, and create concise reports. We look forward to presenting this new release to our customers – as well as surprising them with many exciting features and a fully new design.”
humanIT Software GmbH
InfoZoom is a unique software tool for analyzing mass volumes of information spontaneously. Business professionals can use InfoZoom to get a direct overview of their data so that they can understand and analyze it with a click of a mouse.
Companies can purchase InfoZoom through integration partners and value added resellers. The InfoZoom SDK enables a flexible integration to enhance BI, ERP, CRM, DQM, DM and many other types of applications.
humanIT is the manufacturer of InfoZoom. Founded in 1997 as a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute, the company today is a subsidiary of the proALPHA Group.
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