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  • IBM

    IBM Cognos Analytics

    IBM is one of the world’s largest vendors of IT hardware, software and services. The company, which generated $81.8 billion in revenues during 2015, has a global workforce of approximately 380,000 employees and is active [...]

  • Information Builders Inc.

    Information Builders WebFOCUS

    Information Builders is a privately held US software company with its head office in New York. It was founded in 1975 and has more than 60 offices worldwide. Its products have been in active use [...]

  • Microsoft

    Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

    Microsoft is the world’s largest software company. Founded in 1975 and based in Redmond, USA, it has become a household name, primarily due to its Windows operating system and Office suite. Aside from these products, [...]

  • MicroStrategy

    MicroStrategy Analytics Platform

    MicroStrategy was founded in 1989 as a provider of front-end tools for performing analysis on relational databases. It pioneered the ROLAP term (though not the concept) for relational OLAP, to describe its architecture. Simple caching [...]

  • Oracle Corporation

    Oracle BI

    The origins of Oracle date back to 1977 when the company Software Development Laboratories (SDL) was founded in the United States. SDL later changed its name to Oracle. The company’s strategic focus was on developing [...]

  • SAP SE

    SAP Business Explorer (BEx)

    SAP is the world’s largest business application provider. Its original business intelligence strategy was to view BI as an extension to its all-inclusive ERP offerings. This was in line with SAP’s general long-term policy of [...]

  • SAS Institute Inc.

    SAS Enterprise BI Server

    SAS Institute is a privately held American software company and is one of the oldest companies in the business intelligence industry. Its roots go back to early work at the North Carolina State University on [...]