August 2004
UNIX Update;Aug2004, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p5
Trade Publication
In another milestone in extending user-friendly business intelligence software to mass users, MicroStrategy (R) Incorporated in McLean, Virginia, has unveiled a UNIX-based version of its award-winning MicroStrategy 7i platform. With the release of this new platform, called MicroStrategy 7i Universal Edition, MicroStrategy now offers the market's first business intelligence (BI) product line that is compiled to 32-bit and 64-bit modes from the same code base and can run on Microsoft (R) Windows, IBM AIX (R) and Sun Solaris (TM) Operating System. MicroStrategy 7i's unified architecture delivers a broad spectrum of BI functionality ranging from daily operational reports, ad-hoc queries and in-depth OLAP analysis.


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