April 17, 2008 – Panorama Software, a global provider of proactive business intelligence, revealed a new solution for the enterprise level market. The beta version of its newly developed functionality for Google Docs will allow the support of its first enterprise data source – Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. This is the first of what will be many enhancements and new functionalities that Panorama will roll out for Google Docs in the next few months.


Microsoft Excel has been known to be the only spreadsheet tool capable of providing BI capabilities in the form of analytics and reporting for enterprise level data. By adding support for SQL Server Analysis Services, enterprise companies can now use Google Docs, a Software as a Service (SaaS) based spreadsheet with strong collaborative capabilities to get more out of their enterprise data in new and flexible ways.


 “Enterprise customers that are using BI systems are looking for new ways to collaborate, share information and insights, work from anywhere, and better liaise with customers and suppliers,” said Oudi Antebi, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for Panorama Software. “Leveraging the power of Google Docs in all those areas will add tremendous new value for them.”

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