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Business intelligence solution to be delivered by new partnership

3/07/2014 by


One of the world’s leading consulting firms in Microsoft Dynamics GP and Dynamics SL has announced a new partnership that will enable it to deliver a brand new business intelligence solution to its clients. Intellitec Solutions will work alongside the self-service business intelligence software provider Solver Inc to deliver the BI360 software suite so that customers can access innovative and intuitive tools.

The major benefit for all Intellitec Solutions clients is that they will soon have access to Solver’s software suite: a package that contains budgeting, dashboards, web-based and excel reporting, collaboration tools and data warehouses. BI360 incorporates user-defined reports and Excel-based reports, both of which can run on a variety of software packages, including Microsoft Dynamics GP, CRM, SL and Intacct. With the ability to be launched from a standard Microsoft Excel file, a web portal or an intranet, reports all connect to the BI360 database when launched.

The decision by Intellitec to choose BI360 was based on a variety of reasons, including the fact that many of the software suite’s functions are similar to those already being used by the company’s clients. BI360 also has an intuitive feel, meaning that even those not au fait with similar systems will be able to manage the programs fairly easily; in addition, visualisation is made easy through web-based dashboards, helping companies to drive success.

Rick Sommer, Intellitec Solutions’ president, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer Solvers BI360 suite of solutions to give our customers deep insight and actionable information across all facets of their organization. Their track-record of delivering cutting-edge business intelligence solutions is unparalleled in our industry, and we’re confident they’ll continue to innovate well into the future.”

Meanwhile, Solver’s chief executive, Nils Rasmussen, explained that one of the company’s core success factors was the ability to partner with others, adding that this contributed to the firm’s fast growth. “We take pride in our partner-centric culture and continue to focus on strong alliances with proven success to help our partners exceed their customers’ specific needs,” he said.

The announcement is important news for all those looking to the business intelligence sector. The two firms involved are industry leaders in their relative fields, dealing with thousands of customers and helping organisations to maximise their performance. With this latest alliance, Intellitec Solutions’ clients will be able to use a plethora of groundbreaking tools whilst Solver continues to expand at a fast pace.

This article was written by Montash.

Montash is a multi-award winning, global IT recruitment firm. Specialising in permanent and contract positions across mid-senior appointments which cover a wide range of industry sectors and IT functions, including:

With offices based in London, Montash has completed assignments in over 30 countries and has appointed technical professionals from board level to senior and mid-management in permanent and contract roles

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