TIBCO has been recognised as a 2021 Technology Innovation Awards winner by Dresner Advisory Services for Self-Service BI and Guided Analytics.
“The power of data is limitless if you provide your data scientists, citizen data scientists, and development teams the capabilities needed to infuse analytics throughout your applications and data sources. We achieve this by adding AI/ML and real-time analytics capabilities throughout our solutions,” said Mark Palmer, senior vice president, engineering, TIBCO. “We are honoured to be recognised by Dresner in these two categories, affirming that the solutions we provide help simplify how users collect, engage with, and explore their data to make faster, smarter decisions.”
TIBCO’s Predict analytics offerings put data-driven insights at the fingertips of its customers with low/no-code access to AI/ML models, historical data, and real-time data. This hyperconverged style of analytics brings business analysts, data scientists, and operational users together as one team without the constant reliance on IT. Through continuous innovation, like the new Mods framework that allows developers to extend and modify TIBCO Spotfire, TIBCO helps organizations augment decision-making across an entire business, focusing on putting the algorithm behind the button, democratising data, and offering domain-specific solutions on-premises and in the cloud.
TIBCO’s analytics solutions meld perfectly with Dresner’s criteria for Guided Analytics, which required the offerings in this market segment to “improve time-to-insight and action by supporting the creation of connections between related and relevant information, and directing and suggesting analytical story flow.” In addition, within its Self-Service BI category, Dresner identified solutions that “build upon collaborative business intelligence and user governance to create an environment where users can easily create and share insights in a managed and consistent fashion.” TIBCO assists and enables thousands of customers on their daily data journeys in these areas.