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Ultimate helps organizations manage their workforces strategically and cost-effectively by providing business intelligence analytics and administrative functionality in such areas as talent acquisition and onboarding, human resources management and compliance, benefits management and online enrollment, payroll, performance management, salary planning and budgeting for compensation management, succession management, career development, and time and attendance management.
As per the deal, Primerica will deploy IBM social business software such as IBM Customer Experience Suite, IBM Connections enterprise social networking software and Cognos Business Intelligence analytics software.
The new software products fully integrate Cloud Cruiser's powerful cost analytics platform with HP CloudSystem Matrix, HP CloudSystem Enterprise and HP Cloud Service Automation to provide cost transparency, chargeback, and business intelligence analytics for provisioned resources.
The company was recently credited by leading analyst firms for its expertise in enabling process intelligence and process-centric runtime business intelligence analytics with SQL Server 2005, integration to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, and superior product functionality.
Caitlyn Harts, the President and CEO of Cizer, said the sale of Cizer will allow it to expand market share for its product line as well as increase support to its current customer base, providing more robust Business Intelligence Analytics and Reporting Solutions to a broader range of clients.
Because of the performance benefits and ease of use that we have experienced with the Netezza system, our administrative efficiency has more than doubled and we plan to run our entire corporate business intelligence analytics on Netezza.
According to Larry Miller, president of Trax, "With the SmartStore Framework and our new business intelligence analytics engine, retailers gain four specific strategic advantages: (1) the ease of fully integrating advanced loss prevention, store operations control, and audit functions, (2) immediate scalability to selectively add other modular solutions as their business needs change, (3) a 'Rapid Impact' deployment process and program that assures near and long-term profit gains, and (4) the ability to deploy, implement, monitor, score and manage workflows in ways that drive profit and satisfy all Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements.
Announced three new applications for its business intelligence analytics suite.