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Applix Updates Data Systems

August 30, 2007
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Applix Inc. (Westborough, Mass.), a business analytics software solutions provider, has updated its SAP and SAP BI 7.0 systems in an effort to provide greater access to data.

According to Applix, the enhanced interface, developed in conjunction with syskoplan AG, a systems integrator and consultancy headquartered in Gutersloh, Germany, enables Applix customers to access strategic information stored in SAP for more informed business decisions with flexible analytics and reporting.

The Applix business analytics solution is based upon a single platform of performance management applications that support business intelligence and business performance management needs from simple static reporting to real-time planning and forecasting, says the company.



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