A recent press release reports, “Pyramid Analytics, provider of the next-generation business analytics platform for the enterprise, today announced the release of Pyramid v2020. The new version places unprecedented focus on ease of use, pairing the sophistication of an advanced analytics tool with a simplified user interface (UI) that lets users with diverse skills use business intelligence (BI) in all capacities. With over 150 new enterprise-grade features and capabilities, Pyramid v2020 represents a major milestone in the company’s roadmap and brings the organization closer to its goal of creating the self-optimizing decision platform. ‘An undeniable gap exists in today’s data and analytics market. Tools are either meant for skilled professionals to perform complex machine learning projects, or business users to consume and interact with dashboards,’ said Omri Kohl, Pyramid Analytics co-founder and CEO. ‘Pyramid v2020 addresses this gap with a highly tailored, configurable experience. Pyramid adapts to users’ skills – all with the enterprise-level features and functionality of the Pyramid platform’.”
The release continues, “In a dynamic economic landscape where competitive advantage is defined by the strength of analytics, with Pyramid v2020, organizations should spend less time learning how to use the software and more time on more time operationalizing analytics across all lines of business and users. The most notable new features of Pyramid 2020 include: (1) Analytics for Everyone – Two new discovery environments – Smart Discover and Discover Lite- complement the existing professional Discover mode, adding vital flexibility to the application… (2) SAP BW Integration – Enables users to directly connect to SAP BW (including legacy BW, BW on HANA, and BW 4/HANA) and natively interact with cubes and queries without ingesting data. Users can mash their SAP data with other sources using Pyramid’s end-to-end platform. No other comparable analytics solution lets organizations analyze their SAP quite like Pyramid.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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