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Business Intelligence Consulting Firm NuWare Partners With Yellowfin To Deliver Easy-to-use BI Solutions
Date:3/26/2013

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013

NuWare Technology Corp., a leading provider of Mobility, Big Data Analytics, and Cloud Infrastructure Management solutions to Life Sciences, Capital Markets, and Retail industries has forged a strategic alliance with Yellowfin, a global Business Intelligence Software firm.

The agreement will see NuWare make Yellowfin’s easy-to-use BI solution, and associated training and implementation services, available to its broad range of corporate and government customers worldwide.

VP Solution Marketing & Innovation at NuWare, Sona Shyam, said that Yellowfin’s consumer-oriented BI solution would enable NuWare’s current and future clients to make widespread self-service BI deployments a reality.

“Yellowfin’s highly intuitive and visual BI platform makes BI very consumable, while its unique collaborative capabilities enable business users to easily turn data-based insights into real action,” said Shyam. “The modern BI challenges of our clients mean that they’re now seeking software solutions that are innovative, user-friendly and cost effective compared to traditional offerings. Yellowfin is addressing that demand.”

Sona Shyam’s comments were echoed by NuWare’s Sr. Vice President Sales & Customer Success, Neel Mukerji.

“Yellowfin’s BI technology has responded to the fact that BI is becoming an increasingly business owned and driven initiative,” said Mukerji. “More organizations want more of their business decision-makers to be able to use analytics to take smarter action in shorter timeframes – waiting for IT support isn’t an option anymore. With Yellowfin, NuWare is well positioned to take advantage of that trend.”

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