LogiXML announced that Gartner, Inc. has included its business intelligence software in its 2011 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms report.
LogiXML is a provider of business intelligence software and provides web-based dashboards, user-friendly reports, and on-demand analysis that allow both technical and non-technical users to make better decisions for their organizations.
There were only a total of 28 companies placed this year in the Magic Quadrant and Brett Jackson, CEO of LogiXML, is thrilled with this recognition for his company.
Jackson believes the customer surveys taken by Gartner confirm that LogiXML’s technology is clearly aligned with the business intelligence market. He understands that customers need fast results from their business intelligence solutions, as well as the ability to design and create BI apps more quickly.
LogiXML’s software is positioned as optimal for a number of scenarios and the diversity of the new software makes the company hopeful for a big year in 2011.
Heather Brouillette, BI Administrator of Taco, Inc. says her company chose the software for many reasons, including flexibility, speed, ease of use and date security. Brouillette felt LogiXML’s software had the most complete package.
The Magic Quadrant represents marketplace graphics and the performance of a company and/or solution for a specific time period. It further depicts Gartner’s analysis of the way specific vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace.
Gartner doesn’t endorse vendors, products or services depicted in the Magic Quadrant nor does it advise technology users to select only those placed in the “Leaders” quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is not meant to be a specific guide to choose a provider, but rather it is solely intended as a research tool.
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