Announcing Magnitude Software

We’ve had a busy few weeks that have led up to today’s announcement that Kalido and Noetix have joined forces to become Magnitude Software. Everyone here in the new company is excited by the future we’ve planned for ourselves and for our customers. This combination of a strong and established set of BI, reporting, analytics, data warehousing and MDM products creates economies of scale which will increase our competitiveness and profitability and attract additional investments, which will enable us to invest more in our products and our customers.  Read more

Noetix and Kalido Join Forces

Noetix announced today that we have joined with Kalido, the leading provider of business-driven information management software, to combine our businesses in a merger of equals. The combined business is called Magnitude Software, and is a leading provider of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) software, with 10 award-winning enterprise class products and more than 200,000 users in 100 countries worldwide. Read more

Noetix and Qlik: Oracle EBS Reporting for QlikView Users

QlikView customers that wish to leverage the power of business discovery and natural analytics on data from Oracle E-Business Suite would need to write complex QlikView Load Script that is beyond the capability of many end-users, creating a technical resource bottleneck. Read more

Noetix Customer Tempel Wins Manufacturing Leadership Award

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Noetix customer Tempel has been awarded the prestigious Manufacturing Leadership Award in the project category of Enterprise Technology Leadership. Read more

Zebra Leverages Noetix and Oracle to Meet Their Daily BI Needs

ZebraTechZebra Technologies designs and sells specialty printing devices that print variable information, bar coded labels, RFID tags, receipts, and ID cards on-demand at the point of issuance.  In 2009, Zebra’s IT team kicked off a global business transformation initiative designed to integrate the data from Zebra’s 50 offices and legacy source systems worldwide in order to provide management with ‘a single version of the truth’ for business operations. Read more

A Common Explaining Language Leads to Understanding

“I can explain it to you, but I can’t understand it for you.”

A good friend of mine recently alienated the person that pays his salary with the above statement. While you might question his wisdom – I know I did (after a quiet chuckle) – I’m reminded of how often the same thought has gone unsaid when business and IT “collaborate” on traditional data warehouse projects. The business is baffled by the technical jargon that IT uses, and the IT team wishes the business could articulate their requirements in a form from which they can build the solution. The lack of a common language to explain what each side means hinders this understanding. Read more