Corda Technologies Inc., a leading provider of fast, interactive Web-based charting, graphing and mapping solutions, announced the release of a solution white paper, "Viewing Dynamic Data for Real-Time Manufacturing" The new white paper discusses how decision-makers in manufacturing organizations can use data visualization technology to improve decision making by delivering up-to- the-second critical data in an interactive graphical representation that is easy to understand and act upon. The solution white paper is available now, free of charge, at www.corda.com.

"Many decision-makers are beginning to understand how access to better data triggers better decisions, and with better decisions comes better business results," said Neal Williams, CEO of Corda Technologies. "Large multidimensional, cross-relational databases have become very common for the management and distribution of information throughout manufacturing organizations. Managers, as well as front-line workers, need to more effectively use data visualization solutions to make better sense of the real-time data contained in these databases."

The solution white paper describes the importance of better data visualization and how manufacturing organizations can extrapolate information directly from real- time databases and translate it into easy-to-understand graphics. By implementing PopChart and OptiMap by Corda Technologies, manufacturers have the ability to improve decision making by delivering dashboards, charts, graphs and maps populated with up-to-the-second data.

PopChart is a state-of-the-art server-based suite of tools available for creating sophisticated interactive charts and graphs for rapid deployment on any platform. PopChart offers drill-down capabilities, text boxes, callout notes or popup text to help users better understand their data.

OptiMap is a high-performance server based mapping solution that integrates dynamic data in a geographic format for display on a web browser. OptiMap is designed to easily integrate with any Web application server and contains a variety of map images that can be fed with on-demand dynamic data.

The information contained in the charts, graphs and maps is made accessible to the blind and visually challenged through an automated descriptive text that is created at the time the chart or map is created.

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