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For data to be useful, you first have to see it
Help your IT teams put the power of data access right where it is needed most—in the hands of the user. CONNX data visualization solutions help people view their data in a meaningful way whether they want to use the desktop to handle their own queries or visualize key business metrics on a mobile device.

While accessing your data sources is the first step to making business decisions, how you visualize and assess that data is vital to making those business decisions meaningful. Put your data into meaningful, actionable views and reports tailored to the unique needs your audience using CONNX KPiSync, CONNX Add-on for Excel and CONNX InfoNaut.

Help your users visualize key business metrics on any smart phone, tablet or PC in real time with KPiSync. The CONNX Addon for Excel allows people to view and report on all their data
sources using the popular business intelligence tool, Microsoft® Excel. They can build and manage their own queries and reports with InfoNaut, an enterprise desktop querying and reporting tool. Don’t forget, you can also opt for the reporting platform of your choice or grant web access to your enterprise data with CONNX DB Adapters that can provide access to virtually every legacy, relational, non-relational, big data and cloud data source out there.

Omniscope is data analysis and visualization software distributed by Visokio. Omniscope is a desktop application that includes 3 integrated workspaces: DataManager, DataExplorer and DataPlayer. DataManager is a visual drag-and-drop data import, assembly, transformation and file refresh/export workspace which defines the operations to be executed/re-executed whenever any of the data sources connected to an output file is changed or refreshed. DataExplorer is a multi-tabbed, multi-view data visualization, editing, analysis, reporting and presentation/publication interactive interface, with a number of visualization options and integrated web browser windows to display related web-based content, including the results of user-triggered requests to independent web services. DataPlayer is a separate workspace for creating exportable Flash DataPlayers, standalone interactive combinations of encapsulated data, visualizations and query devices that can be inserted into web pages and documents such as PowerPoint and PDF.
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General Electric, Cairn Capital, Group M, Credit Suisse, Colgate, Belden, Xerox, Weightmans, DHL, Lloyds & Clarksons, Faroe Petroleum, Capita, Philips, Aviva, Investec
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CONNX Data Visualization is ranked 56th in Data Visualization while Visokio Omniscope is ranked 24th in Data Visualization. CONNX Data Visualization is rated 0.0, while Visokio Omniscope is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CONNX Data Visualization is most compared with , whereas Visokio Omniscope is most compared with Tableau and Qlik Sense.

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