Tenrox said today the newest version of its Web-based enterprise management software, Tenrox Release 7, will incorporate business intelligence technology from San Jose, California-based Business Objects for real-time access to data. "This partnership…enables our corporate clients to access and evaluate their information through real-time business intelligence," said Albert S. Bitton, director of strategic alliances at Tenrox, which is based in Montreal.

Tenrox software is designed to track financial reporting, auditing and budgeting capabilities that the company says bridges the gap between enterprise resource planning, project management, payroll and accounting applications for project and service oriented organizations.

Tenrox 7 integrates with databases from Microsoft, Oracle and IBM, enabling users to conduct advanced ad hoc queries, analyze and create reports, and conduct wireless analysis.

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