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Logi Plays Nice With Others

I’ve blogged in the past about how Logi is superior to our competitors in many regards – such as Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services and Crystal Reports. However, we also realize that significant investments in time and money have often gone into existing BI implementations. read more Logixml Read Original Post

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Make Your Voice Heard! – 2013 Wisdom of Crowds ® Business Intelligence Market Study

Participate in the 2013 Wisdom of Crowds ® Business Intelligence Market Study and get a complimentary copy of the study findings. Dresner Advisory Services is inviting all Business Intelligence (BI) users to participate in its annual examination of the state of the BI marketplace focusing on BI usage, deployment trends, and products. read more Logixml […]

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Collaborative BI is a Feature Not a Product

This post was first published by our VP of sales and business development, Steven Schneider, on his blog, Slinging Software. A few years ago, collaborative business intelligence (BI) made many of the Top BI Predictions for the new year. So what happened – is there still an opportunity to build a company or a wildly […]

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LogiXML Moves into Challenger Quadrant in 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for BI and Analytics Platforms

This week, Gartner, Inc., the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company, announced the results of the 2013 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. We are happy to share that LogiXML has moved into the Challengers quadrant in the report. This is the third consecutive year that LogiXML has made the Magic […]

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As Seen on TV! The Logi Info Infomercial

First there was the Chia Pet, then came the Snuggie, Shamwow, and Shake Weight. Now comes Logi Info – an amazing way of embedding tailor-made data visualizations into your software or SaaS offering. Watch this short, funny infomercial to see what all the fuss is about.

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What Video Game Best Describes Business Intelligence at Your Company?

When LogiXML asked more than 750 IT professionals this very question, most said “Pacman – traditional, but entertaining,” or “Call of Duty – cool and sophisticated, but hard to use and somewhat violent.” Others said “Pong – traditional, but useless,” “Solitaire – one man operation,” “Minecraft – new and agile,” or “Frogger – move or […]

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