Panorama Necto Garners SQL Server Pro Magazine's Prestigious Award
01/11/2013

Panorama Software, a global leader in proactive Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, has announced that its Necto for SQL Server 2012 was recognized by SQL Server Magazine with a Silver "2012 Editors' Best Award" in the Best BI and Reporting Product category.

Online PR News – 11-January-2013 – Toronto, ON (January 8, 2013) – Panorama Software, a global leader in proactive Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, has announced that its Necto for SQL Server 2012 was recognized by SQL Server Magazine with a Silver "2012 Editors' Best Award" in the Best BI and Reporting Product category.

For 18 years, Panorama Software has been top ranked for OLAP Analysis. With the release of SQL Server 2012, Microsoft introduced the Business Intelligence Semantic Model, bringing in-memory computing to the next level. The recent release of Panorama Necto integrates, extends and enhances the Microsoft platform with Business Intelligence 3.0, enabling users to analyse and visualize data in a unified, self-service environment. Necto’s unique context-aware BI engine automatically suggests relevant insights, offers multiple cause-and-effect scenarios and recommends relevant colleagues to collaborate with right within the BI system in order to make better informed decision.

"SQL Server Magazine's annual Editors' Best and Community Choice award programs offer a unique way to recognize the hottest products among the past year's offerings," said Jason Bovberg, senior editor at Penton Media, the publisher of SQL Server Magazine. "Choosing favorites from such a competitive field can be a challenge, especially in the midst of a financially unstable market, but this year's winners show an uncommon breadth of functionality and originality."

Eynav Azarya, CEO of Panorama, said he was gratified that the company had been awarded such a prestigious accolade by the top magazine for BI professionals, noting that the achievement was a positive reflection upon Panorama's commitment to innovation and enhancement in the face of ever-changing market demands.

About SQL Server Magazine:

SQL Server Magazine is the definitive voice of the SQL Server database development community and published for anyone who builds, supports or integrates world-class SQL database applications. Available in electronic or print format, the magazine covers issues that matter to SQL Server database administrators and architects, BI professionals, and SQL Server developers. Online resources include white papers, guides, podcasts, webinars, articles, FAQs, buyers' guides, and an extensive knowledge base in SQL today.

About Panorama Software:

Panorama Software helps companies grow revenues, reduce costs and improve corporate performance by enabling social decision making and unlocking actionable insights contained within their data.

Leading the Business Intelligence 3.0 revolution, Panorama Software offers a new generation of BI solutions that introduces a unique way to connect data, insights, and people in the organization. Panorama Necto™ is the first BI solution that leverages Social Decision Making and Automated Insights to enable users gain insights more quickly, more efficiently, and with greater relevancy.

Panorama Software is the original developer of the OLAP technology that Microsoft acquired in 1996 and integrated into the SQL Server platform, and since has been a close and strategic Microsoft partner.

Panorama streamlines business operations for over 1,600 customers worldwide and has a wide eco-system of partners in 30 countries, maintaining offices throughout North America, EMEA and Asia. To learn more about Panorama Software, please visit www.panorama.com.

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