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Yodil Announces New Enterprise Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Platform Features

10/06/2014 by

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Yodil, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise data warehouse, business intelligence, data analytics, management and operational reporting solutions to the insurance industry, today announced an array of enhancements to the Yodil Platform and Insurance Data Solution, which include a modernised user interface, along with several new features to its data integration and Extract, Transform, and Load framework.

The Yodil Platform leverages Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services for its data integration and data flow. The out-of-the-box capabilities have been configured and extended with a set of standardised structures, design patterns and purpose-built, high-speed components to deliver and implement high-quality EDW solutions. Some of these enhancements include a table-driven architecture with dynamic configuration functionality, which enables users to maintain control of complex administration processes and provides greater transparency into highly technical processes, while optimising speed and quality in implementation.

“The uniqueness of Yodil’s purpose-built EDW and BI reporting platform came about from the insurance industry’s predisposition to wait for technologies to establish themselves. Yodil took a quantum leap forward by developing and productising the most robust end-to-end data platform for the insurance industry,” according to Fred Waite, Yodil’s CEO.

Justin Silver, SVP of Insurance Solutions adds, “Once implemented, the Yodil Platform contains keys to improve performance and profitability. Specifically, the Yodil Platform enables our customers to take advantage of opportunities in the marketplace by identifying, assessing and proactively responding to marketplace changes, understanding and better serving changing insureds’ needs, isolating good and bad business performance, managing risk and compliance, and innovating, all while mitigating loss exposure.”

This article has been extracted from http://www.marketwatch.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.marketwatch.com/story/yodil-announces-new-enterprise-data-warehouse-and-business-intelligence-platform-features-2014-06-09

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