Admirers of statistical analysis all over the world may finally enjoy working with IBM SPSS through online cloud access.
Online PR News – 09-September-2015 – San Francisco – September 7., 2015 - San Francisco, CA.- AppOnFly Inc. (AOF) announced the official launch of online cloud software package IBM SPSS.The cloud IBM SPSS Base and Standard 23 latest versions are scheduled to be available for the Apponfly customers from September 9, 2015.
The company provides their customers with top professional Windows desktop applications online directly from the cloud for monthly fees. No need of installation or downloading offered applications onto home devices undoubtedly means revolution among hosting services, apart from the fact that the user has instant access to their apps in a just few seconds, no matter what software is being used.
IBM SPSS Statistics (formerly SPSS Statistics) is software for managing data and calculating a wide variety of statistics. The IBM SPSS Statistics Standard v.23 Latest Release offers the core statistical procedures business managers and analysts need to address fundamental business and research questions. This software provides tools that allow users to quickly view data, formulate hypotheses for additional testing, and carry out procedures to clarify relationships between variables, create clusters, identify trends and make predictions. IBM SPSS Statistics Base is statistical analysis software that delivers the core capabilities you need to take the analytical process from start to finish. It is easy to use and includes a broad range of procedures and techniques to help you increase revenue, outperform competitors, conduct research and make better decisions.
Besides using SPSS from the Apponly software packages offering, the user can sign up for Windows apps, among others . Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, or Microsoft Visio; this is just a brief outline of what this startup company can offer. For massive interest in AOF services in European countries, the officials plan to expand their services to the United States by the end of 2015.