Everyone likes to win, and most recently, IBM Cognos Analytics was named a winner in Business Analytics by CRN's 2017 Annual Report Card (ARC)
What is CRN’s Annual Report Card?
For the 32nd
year, CRN handed solution providers across North America red pens, and allowed them to grade their vendors as part their Annual Report Card. Solution providers score vendors across 22 technology categories based on their performance in three key categories: product innovation, support, and partnership with the hardware, services and software vendors they team up with.
The categories IBM Cognos Analytics ranked highest in were:
- Quality and reliability
- Richness of product features and functionality
- Technical Innovation
- Compatibility and ease of integration
- Revenue and product potential
So, why did Cognos Analytics rank so high?
Most enterprises know how to collect the massive amounts of data available to them, but they need help transforming this data into insights which they can act upon and then distribute throughout their entire organization for greater business value. That’s where IBM Cognos Analytics comes into play.
IBM Cognos Analytics self-service solution empowers people to work with data and find their own answers to what‘s happening in their business so they can make more strategic, data-driven decisions. This enables thousands of enterprises worldwide to quickly turn all data into relevant insight in mere minutes, and produce compelling reports and dashboards which can easily be distributed in a secure and governed way in accordance with corporate policy.
Another award for the trophy box
This recent award isn’t the only award Cognos Analytics has received. Earlier this year, a BARC Score Business Intelligence report, which analyzes the strengths and deficiencies of the leading enterprise BI platforms, also ranked Cognos Analytics highly. You can read the full report here.
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