MITS to Provide Business Intelligence and Reporting Solutions for Ladybridge’s OpenQM Database

Developers of the OpenQM database, Ladybridge Systems Ltd and leading business intelligence and reporting solutions provider, Management Information Tools, Inc. (dba MITS) have announced MITS compatibility with OpenQM. This includes the entire MITS product line; the flagship OLAP/BI solution, MITS Discover and MITS Report for ad hoc reporting.

“We’ve talked to Ladybridge’s customers and heard rave reviews about the power of the OpenQM platform,” states MITS president Fred Owen. “Furthermore, their commitment to innovation and attention to customer needs creates a natural synergy between our solutions and OpenQM.”

OpenQM provides those looking to capitalize on the power of the MultiValue (MV) database model a low-cost alternative without requiring a sacrifice in terms of functionality and support.

Through an intuitive Web browser interface, MITS Reporting and Business Intelligence solutions offer users unprecedented access to data. “MITS has set the standard for Business Intelligence and Reporting solutions for the MultiValue community and we are enthusiastic about the opportunity to make these solutions available to our customers,” comments Ladybridge System’s technical director and founder Martin Phillips. “Seeing first-hand how easily users navigate through report creation and analysis with MITS products, we are confident of the benefits their solutions provide.”

By partnering with MITS, Ladybridge makes their value-priced solution even more attractive to those interested in migrating to the OpenQM database–eliminating concerns about compatibility. Resellers with solutions built on OpenQM can benefit by integrating MITS Report into their existing offering or provide MITS Discover and Report as valuable system add-ons.

“We have always been focused on providing our customers with exceptional value, both in terms of cost and functionality. Best-of-breed reporting and analytical solutions from MITS extend the value of our customer’s OpenQM investment even further,” Philips says.
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