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IBM Offers 3 Analytic Apps Via Cloud

21/05/2014 by

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If it’s software, it can be delivered as a service. That’s the script IBM seems to be following these days, and the act played out yet again on Tuesday as IBM announced cloud-based offerings around IBM Concert, IBM Project Catalyst, and OpenPages.

All three of these offerings have roots in on-premises software. IBM Concert, for example, evolved out of TM1 performance-management software acquired along with Cognos in 2007. That software was geared to CFOs and financial analysts, but more recently IBM spun out Concert as a way to make that budgeting, planning, and forecasting software more accessible to sales, marketing, and incentive-compensation decision makers.

The new release of Concert integrates additional sales and compensation-management capabilities from Vericent, acquired by IBM in 2012, and it’s being made available as a service through the IBM Cloud Marketplace. Service options include budgeting and planning, forecasting, and incentive-compensation management for sales and marketing.

This article has been extracted from http://www.informationweek.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.informationweek.com/cloud/software-as-a-service/ibm-offers-3-analytic-apps-via-cloud/d/d-id/1252954

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