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MicroStrategy Delivers Analytics for Everyone with MicroStrategy 10.9

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “MicroStrategy® Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise analytics and mobility software, today announced the general availability of MicroStrategy 10.9, the newest feature release to the company’s MicroStrategy 10™ platform. This feature release introduces Dossier, a new storybook experience for everyone across the enterprise that makes it easy to consume, share, and collaborate around analytics. To learn more about the new features in MicroStrategy 10.9, visit our What’s New in MicroStrategy page. ‘MicroStrategy 10.9 represents the biggest leap forward since our MicroStrategy 10 platform launch and underscores our vision of delivering ‘Intelligence Everywhere’,’ said Tim Lang, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, MicroStrategy Incorporated. ‘We believe collaborative analytics accelerates the velocity of decision making. That’s why we’re introducing Dossier, an easier and faster method of consuming analytics that we believe end users are going to love. MicroStrategy 10.9 empowers users to do more with their analytics regardless of their technical skill or role’.”

The release goes on, “MicroStrategy 10.9 delivers Dossier, an interactive book of business which combines relevant analytics into a single place, organized into chapters and pages. The new streamlined interface goes beyond dashboards and brings data together in a format that all users recognize and understand. The new consumer-oriented and browser-based interface offers end users a modern and interactive means to explore data. Dossier makes it easy to navigate and share reports and visualizations that matter to users.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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