Infogix Offers Free Version of Data3Sixty Analyze

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According to a new press release, “Infogix, a leading provider of data management tools, is offering a free version of its industry-leading Data3Sixty Analyze application providing business users an easy-to-use, self-service solution for data preparation, data blending and advanced analytics. To achieve faster speed to insights, Data3Sixty Analyze provides the most powerful self-service data analytics solution in the market to business users who want quick access to analysis-ready data to drive innovation, make better business decisions and discover growth opportunities. ‘Self-service data analytics is a frustrating challenge across organizations because the process requires a tremendous amount of time, money and resources,’ said Emily Washington, senior vice president of product management at Infogix. ‘Data3Sixty Analyze is a script-free self-service data tool that gives users the ability to quickly acquire and parse their data, produce outputs and accelerate time to insight in easily understandable formats’.”

The release continues, “Unlike other providers that restrict prospects to a timed trial or limited access to select product features, Infogix allows users unlimited access to the full-featured version of Data3Sixty Analyze with no expiration date. The free version allows processing of up to 2 million rows of data, includes the same prepackaged sets of popular statistical and extensible capabilities as the premium version, and access to the support community. ‘Data3Sixty Analyze is designed to lower the barrier of adoption to data management by placing the power of data tools and advanced analytics directly into the hands of business users,’ said Stewart Bond, research director at IDC Research. ‘The free product also allows users to try the product before they commit to a premium purchase’.”

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