Information Builders Named Cost-Effective BI Provider; Gerald Cohen Comments

Information buildersInformation Builders has been named the No. 1 intelligence and analytics provider in a research firm’s list of the most cost-effective and capable companies in the healthcare industry.

According to KLAS, Information Builders is flexible, easily supports integration, improves operational efficiencies, the company announced March 24.

The survey found that 78 percent of Information Builders customers used its solutions enterprise-wide while 70 percent use the company’s products for ad hoc functions.

“We believe that our positioning in the KLAS report highlights that our healthcare customers appreciate our commitment to ongoing innovation. We’re honored to be recognized by our user base in the KLAS report, and look forward to continuing to work with them to transform the industry’s unprecedented amount of data into actionable insights,” said Gerald Cohen, Information Builders president and CEO.



You may also be interested in...


Microsoft Azure Government Now Offers 142 Services With FedRAMP’s High Provisional Authorization

Microsoft now has 142 cloud services certified with high provisional authorization to operate under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, which aims to standardize the security of cloud products used in the federal government. The company said in a blog post published Thursday its offerings under the Azure Government cloud work to boost the security and compliance of federal agencies.

MCR Federal

MCR Federal Working to Provide Space Force With Modernized C2 Software

MCR Federal secured a contract in May to help the U.S. Space Force implement new command and control software equipped with modernized applications in an effort to replace aging space C2 software tools.

X-57 Maxwell

NASA to Hold High-Voltage Ground Tests for X-57 Electric Aircraft

NASA is slated to conduct ground tests for high-voltage operation of an experimental plane being designed by Empirical Systems Aerospace to help the agency create certification requirements for electric aircraft units.