Gartner recently released the 2015 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. In its report, Panorama Software was identified in the Visionaries quadrant as a result of its product vision, innovation and strong market understanding. Panorama Necto combines social, collaboration and smart insight capabilities with enterprise features to deliver a unique, yet governed and guided data discovery experience.
While Panorama Necto supports a range of relational and OLAP data sources, it continues to be used extensively as a front end for Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services — via Multidimensional Expressions (MDX). Although customers tend to be smaller companies that report smaller data volumes and user sizes, 75% of them consider it to be their enterprise standard.
Cloud, mobile BI and metadata management are weaker components of the platform, although Panorama has recently added support for Android and iOS devices. Furthermore, its limited geographical presence remains an issue preventing broader awareness.
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