April 15, 2008 – iQ4bis Software Inc., a global software provider that offers an end-to-end business intelligence solution for business managers and executives in midmarket enterprises, announced that The YMCA Retirement Fund, a not-for-profit church pension fund organized and operated for the purpose of providing retirement and other benefits for employees of YMCAs throughout the United States, has implemented the iQ4bis Analysis and DataServer software suite as its business intelligence solution.

 

The YMCA Retirement Fund has been providing retirement benefits for more than 85 years and serves three distinct customer bases - participants, retirees and YMCAs as employers across the United States. The organization utilizes the iQ4bis software suite to analyze data related to each of these groups independently, positioning themselves to quickly adapt to customer needs now and in the future.

 

"We want to maintain our 85-year legacy, but also need to adapt as our environment changes," continued Buchholz. "We had all of this great data to analyze, but had to rely on traditional IT-based reporting that was labor intensive and only told half the story. With iQ4bis we can ask and answer questions that enable us to provide benefits that hopefully allow our current participants the luxury of retiring as comfortably today as those who retired thirty years ago."

 

iQ4bis offers a robust, intuitive software solution that helps decision makers understand and identify business trends, variances and issues at their root cause. Using standard Microsoft technologies and platforms, complex data is aggregated on the back end then presented in a simple, easily viewable format through a standard browser interface. Rapid and fixed-price deployments allow midmarket enterprises to realize the value of business intelligence at a fraction of the cost of similar products used by larger companies.

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