Presto 3.2 is a real-time business intelligence platform designed to scale and to meet the requirements of a wide variety of organizations and deployment models. Thismodern BI platform has been introduced by JackBe, the leader in Real-Time Business Intelligence.
According to a press release, it features broad self-service support to deliver real-time operational dashboards and apps for smartphones and tablets in an intuitive mobile interface for mobile business users. Unlike other mobile BI solutions that only offer developer-created reports and views, Presto 3.2 supports intuitive self-service through a simple point-and-click approach to create mobile BI solutions from any enterprise and social media data.
This Presto 3.2 works on “HTML5 intelligent presentation detection” technology and offer user-friendly point-and-click environment for power users and business analysts to create Real-Time Operational Dashboards and Apps.
“Our customers have told us that smartphones and tablets are increasingly important to their BI strategy, particularly in the more dynamic parts of their organizations where they need access to real-time data wherever they are. To meet this critical need we’ve brought two great ideas together: make Real-Time BI solutions easy to assemble and trivial to deploy by adding seamless device support and simple point-and-click tools,” said John Crupi (News - Alert), CTO, JackBe. “Putting consumption and creation of Real-Time Intelligence in the hands of the mobile user can drastically cut the deployment time and improve the ROI of real-time BI efforts.”
Presto 3.2 includes two native iOS Apps, Presto Mobile for iPhone and Presto Mobile for iPad, that give business users an intuitive, secure mobile portal to view, save, and share all of their Real-Time Business Intelligence within a single secure enterprise App.
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Edited by Rich Steeves