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Dresner Recognizes Logi as the #1 Embedded Analytics Platform for the Fifth Year in a Row

By Brian Brinkmann
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For the fifth consecutive year, Logi has earned the highest vendor rating for embedded business intelligence in the 2019 Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study by Dresner Advisory Services.

In addition to the recognition from Dresner, Logi was recently named as the top embedded business intelligence solution in The BI Survey 19 by the Business Application Research Center (BARC). This is also the fourth year in a row that analyst firm Gartner gave Logi a top score for the OEM and embedded BI use case in the 2019 Critical Capabilities for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms.

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“Most applications are becoming analytic applications, with dashboards, reports, data visualizations, and predictive analytics at their core,” said Steven Schneider, CEO. “Logi is proud to help some of the smartest software leaders in the world embed analytics in their applications. Being named the leader for the fifth year in a row by Dresner validates the important work our customers are doing.”

Dresner Advisory Services is an independent advisory firm led by Howard Dresner, one of the foremost thought leaders in business intelligence and performance management. Dresner coined the term “Business Intelligence” in 1989. This is the seventh annual publication of the Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study and is part of the “Wisdom of Crowds” market survey series.

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Originally published December 2, 2019

About the Author

Brian Brinkmann is the VP of Product Management at Logi Analytics. Brian has over 15 years of analytics and BI software experience. Prior to joining Logi Analytics, he held senior product strategy, management, and marketing positions with MicroStrategy, creating BI applications for marquee customers such as Nike and Franklin Templeton. Brian holds a MBA and a MEM from Northwestern University, as well as a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton.