Information Builders Unveils Business Intell App for Stakeholders and Customers; Gerald Cohen Comments

Big Data, AppsInformation Builders has introduced a business intelligence app intended to help business stakeholders and customers obtain answers to various questions.

InfoApps is a self-service BI technology that works to provide business executives, frontline employees and external parties with data relevant to their tasks and requirements, Information Builders said Wednesday.

Gerald Cohen, president and CEO of Information Builders, said the company intends for the BI app to expand access to reporting and analytics insights for internal and external users.

The company intends for organizations to develop custom dashboards and adapt information to their needs using InfoApps from desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.

The app is designed to be shared with customers and other external stakeholders for collaboration without training requirements, Information Builders says.

Information Builders also intends for the InfoApps to help users save costs and unlock new revenue streams.

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