|By Marketwired .||
|July 10, 2014 01:31 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- Today, Dundas Data Visualization (www.dundas.com) announces that it was ranked second in the Specialized Business Intelligence Vendors sector in Dresner's Wisdom of Crowds BI Market Study, with a score of 4.55 out of 5. Dundas also had a perfect score in the "recommended" category.
The Wisdom of Crowds BI Market Study was based on a survey that asked BI users to rank vendors' sales experience, value for price, quality and usefulness of the product, quality of support, quality of consulting, integrity, and whether the vendor is recommended.
The study found that dashboards, end-user self-service, data warehousing, and advanced visualization lead the list of technologies and initiatives strategic to business intelligence. The study also found that although overall industry value is considered "very good" through integration with third party technology, success with business intelligence corresponds strongly to an organization's ability to act on insight.
"We congratulate Dundas again in 2014 on their high ranking in the BI Market Study, and its perfect 'Recommended' score," said Howard Dresner, Founder & Chief Research Officer of Dresner Advisory Services, LLC. "Dundas improved its score on all of the measured criteria, and was generally above average on its scores."
Troy Marchand, President and CEO of Dundas Data Visualization says, "We love this study because it is based purely on customer feedback. It shows that our users are some of the happiest in the industry. We are particularly pleased by our perfect 'Recommend' score, which demonstrates that our clients not only see a lot of value in our solutions. Dundas thrives on this referral business, and this study is a great reflection on how we succeed as a company."
About the Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study
The 5th annual edition of the Wisdom of Crowds® Business Intelligence Market Study builds upon previous years' research and provides expanded analysis of the state of the business intelligence (BI) industry, offering a comprehensive analysis of user trends and evaluates 24 leading BI providers across 5 vendor segments. The report enables organizations to identify and evaluate software suppliers and compare vendors to industry norms. The 2014 edition also examines the importance of 22 different BI technologies and strategic initiatives, including Big Data, advanced and predictive analytics, and end user data blending.
About Dresner Advisory Services
Dresner Advisory Services was formed by Howard Dresner, an independent analyst, author, lecturer and business adviser. Dresner Advisory Services, LLC focuses on creating and sharing thought leadership for Business Intelligence and related areas.
About Dundas Data Visualization
Dundas Data Visualization is a world leader in data visualization and dashboard solutions. Its goal is to provide the best possible data visualization software and services to address the growing need for data-driven decisions in modern business. Dundas offers a flexible software solution and professional services that provides comprehensive dashboard consulting, product enhancement and training. Find out more at http://www.dundas.com.
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