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Applix Brings Dynamic Analytics to IBM Information Server

  • October 20 2006, 1:00am EDT

Applix, Inc., a provider of performance management applications, announced it is supporting IBM Information Server to empower customers to get more value from complex, heterogeneous information spread throughout the enterprise. With Applix TM1, an in-memory business performance management application, IBM Information Server customers can now perform real-time analytics on critical business information.

Applix's TM1 will access information from IBM Information Server and allow all types of users to view, analyze, report and plan with real-time data from across the enterprise. With TM1's patented in-memory technology, users in every function -- from operations to sales to finance --perform advanced what-if analytics against large, dynamic data sets with complex models faster than any other application.

IBM Information Server is a ground-breaking new software platform from IBM that provides breakthrough productivity and performance for cleansing, transforming, and delivering this information consistently and securely throughout the enterprise, so it can be accessed and used in new ways to drive innovation, increase operational efficiency, and lower risk. This is vital to critical initiatives such as business performance management and business intelligence, which require consistent, complete and trustworthy information. Together, TM1 and IBM Information Server deliver robust business performance management for dynamic enterprises, providing the right information, at the right time, to the right decision-makers.

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