Express Delivery

October 2002
Management Services;Oct2002, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p33
Academic Journal
This article reports that the Information Builders company has added a new WebFocus solution to its portfolio. Information Delivery Platform is a complete solution that will allow organizations to deliver essential, time-critical information at the point of business to the extended enterprise. The platform provides a single infrastructure for query and analysis, enterprise-wide report access and distribution, enterprise information portals, and beyond-enterprise information-delivery systems. It addresses the trend for organizations to use business intelligence systems to deliver information outside their firewalls. It supports all hardware platforms and database types to provide access to and facilitate delivery of information in any format to any type of user.


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