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I Forget: What's In-Memory?

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In-memory analytics are all a buzz for multiple reasons. Speed of querying, reporting and analysis is just one. Flexibility, agility, rapid prototyping are others. While there are many more reasons, not all in-memory approaches are created equal. Let’s look at the five options buyers have today:

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Comments (13)
QlikView belongs in your list. Most would agree it has much shorter implementation times; bad for consultants, great for buyers. Excellent compression model and business graphics-friendly UI.
Posted by Mark U | Friday, April 02 2010 at 10:55AM ET
To clarify, I meant that it deserved a bullet by itself, mainly because of its UI (It's n your list already with Tibco et al).
Posted by Mark U | Friday, April 02 2010 at 10:58AM ET
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