InetSoft has an easily customized BI solution for the Baan (Infor) ERP platform. Dashboards and reports can be created very quickly that will increase visibility into process performance metrics and a reduce manual labor associated with information gathering and presentation.
Self-service at all levels of an organization is fully-enabled. With minimal set up required from IT, power users can create their own views of the data and mash it up with other relevant data sources. Non-technical business users can have highly personalizable interactive analytical dashboards.
While Baan is good for managing the processes within your organization, information access and presentation is not its strong point. Would you like to increase the level of interactivity or the visual appeal of information display by taking advantage of modern dashboard and reporting technologies? Would you like to reduce hours of weekly effort that is currently spent on exporting data into office suites for manipulation and charting?
Style Intelligence is a small-footprint Java-based business intelligence server that enables rapid development and deployment of monitoring and analytical dashboards such as this:
You don't have to settle for manual massaging of data and creation of reports which risk data accuracy and waste time and effort. Style Intelligence connects to your live Baan data and includes a drag and drop designer for creating whatever dashboard or scorecard you wish.
A key differentiator of InetSoft's business intelligence software is support for data mashups. You can combine data from your Baan application with almost any other data source you have in your organization such as: relational databases (JDBC), multidimensional databases, XML, SOAP, Java beans (POJO), EJB beans, spreadsheets, flat files, OLAP cubes, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel CRM, and more.
InetSoft offers unique capabilities in the area of data mashup. Business end-users can create their own mashups with whatever data you expose to them combining different data sources that have not been previously modeled for them. It also possible for users to bring in their own data sets such as those in local spreadsheets or those provided by external partners and then share the dashboards or reports based on them, inside the corporate BI environment.