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Sisense 7.0 Helps Non-Technical Users Become Data Experts

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Sisense, disrupting the BI market by simplifying business analytics for complex data, announces the release of Sisense Version 7.0 (Sisense 7.0). Sisense 7.0 delivers an intuitive, visual, drag and drop interface for data preparation that is used by non-technical business users to easily find, add, and combine complex data sources. Sisense 7.0 takes advanced design and visualization concepts commonly used for the creation of dashboards and analytics, and applies them in a new way. This new approach, termed ‘dynamic data mapping’ by Sisense, allows data analysts to interact with source data in a visual way, using computer-aided clustering to map and understand source data types, sizes, and connections. Sisense dynamic data mapping also allows users to zoom in to a single data source to get deeper understanding, or zoom out to understand the holistic data landscape.”

John Jakovich, Vice President of Business Intelligence at Tessitura Network, commented, “Data-led insights are a big part of the value that Tessitura Network offers its clients… Sisense is helping us deliver that value, with technology that makes it easy for our users to build interactive dashboards for uncovering those actionable business insights. Sisense 7.0 has taken that data discovery process to the next level, enabling us to add, combine, and prepare source data more easily and intuitively than ever before.”

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