Ross Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of CDC Software Corporation, announced today the technology upgrade of its Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) , a suite of enterprise performance management business intelligence and analytic solutions that help improve the visibility into an enterprise’s key business operations .
Ross Systems continues incorporating its partner’s new technology for its EPM solution that will help enterprises analyze and visualize corporate data from their data warehouses. The upgrade release enables the user to open dashboards with or without data and includes a “new documents” tab and a new thumbnail navigator that deliver easier and smoother navigation with fewer clicks. This upgrade also includes Sentinels functionality to the Web Client, which provides predictive analysis based on a company’s key performance indicators (KPIs).
This latest upgrade also features a new version of its partner’s solution, WhereScape RED, an agile Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for managing data warehouses. This integrated solution allows users to build, deploy, manage and renovate their data warehouses. The WhereScape product provides faster loading, easier data aggregations and more efficient processing of data than the previous version.
“EPM has improved the visibility into our business and provided us with the advanced business analytics we need about our different markets and perfume brands to make informed decisions,” said Javier Maroto CFO of Perfumes & Diseño Group. “We are delighted to learn about this latest technology upgrade which we believe will make it even easier for users to fully leverage the advanced analytical capabilities of EPM.”“The latest technology upgrade for EPM is another example of how we continue to apply advanced technology in our products to address the evolving needs of our customers,” said Sherri Rodriguez, president of Ross Systems. “EPM helps to leverage existing enterprise data by improving visibility into customers’ key business operations. This empowers users with the business intelligence they need to make better-informed decisions at virtually all organizational levels.”