Ray Harris: Iron Bow Adopts Polaris Business Reporting Tool

Ray Harris
Ray Harris

Iron Bow Technologies has adopted a Polaris Associates-built software application to analyze and manage business reports across the Irow Bow enterprise.

Polaris said Friday it provided and helped integrate the Reporting Workbench tool into Iron Bow’s existing Oracle-based enterprise resource planning system.

Ray Harris, chief information officer at Iron Bow, said the Polaris technology works to help users visualize data and deliver reports without requiring additional infrastructure.

Polaris CEO Rupesh Sharma said Iron Bow used a methodical approach to determine if the Reporting Workbench tool could fulfill the company’s self-service reporting and scalability requirements.

The software is designed to organize report files running on Oracle-made financial, supply chain and human capital management platforms.

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