Board International is proud to announce that they are the winners of the Microsoft .NET Swiss Innovation Award 2010
Online PR News – 16-April-2010 – – During the Microsoft Tech Days 2010 BOARD has been recognized for having built an extremely innovative, highly qualitative, complex but user-friendly solution based on the newest Microsoft .NET technologies.
Lugano. BOARD International, the global provider of Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management software, is pleased to announce that they have won the Microsoft .NET Swiss Innovation Award 2010.
Microsoft .NET Swiss Innovation Award is a Microsoft award that aims to recognize and acknowledge the most innovative Swiss projects based on the latest Microsoft development technologies.
BOARD International presented BOARD 7.1 the latest version of its product that combines Self-Service Analysis and Reporting, Interactive Visualization, SOA, 64 BIT, Advanced Office Integration and an innovative Silverlight Client with its characteristic capability to unify Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management and to build analytic applications without the use of any programming.
“We feel that this award is recognition of BOARD’s ability to bring innovation to the whole BI & CPM market. - comments Giovanni Grossi, CEO of Board International - Referring specifically to any organization running Microsoft BI, this achievement testifies that BOARD is a solution that must be absolutely considered when there is a need to integrate an existing Microsoft environment with an effective Corporate Performance Management and Interactive Visualisation solution.
"The adoption of Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight and VSTO are allowing us to make the difference in a challenging environment where interactive visualization and user experience are key elements. – says Salvatore Capuano, CTO of Board International - As a consequence BOARD resolves to be not just one of the most innovative Performance Management and Business Intelligence products on the market, but also a platform capable of exploiting all the potential of the extended Microsoft environment from Office to SQL, from .NET to Analysis Services."