McLean, Virginia – July 8, 2013 – Logi Analytics, the authority on embedded analytics, today announced its support for Amazon Redshift, a cloud-based analytical data warehouse service designed to deliver high performance analytics for data warehouse and big data applications. Now, Logi Analytics customers can use Amazon Redshift to begin enjoying increased query performance when analyzing datasets ranging from hundreds of gigabytes to a petabyte or more.
“Logi Analytics, used with Amazon Redshift, doubles-down on our customer commitment to ease of use, affordability, and rapid time to deployment, regardless of the underlying data complexity or scale,” said Brett Jackson, CEO, Logi Analytics. “With Amazon Redshift, Logi Analytics customers can seamlessly embed big data analytics, advanced visualizations, interactive dashboards, and reporting into their existing applications, processes, or systems and quickly put their critical information to work.”
“Logi Analytics’ rapid development environment directly connected to Amazon Redshift further transforms our ability to present the right information, at the right time to our clients,” said Matt Lindsay, Ph.D., Managing Partner at Mather Economics, a business consultancy specializing in pricing and yield management. “Logi Analytics has become a valuable tool for sharing performance data with our clients as we assist them in maximizing their operating margins, growing revenues, lowering costs, and maintaining competitive advantages.”
“Data volumes are growing and driving the need for increased analytical insight. Consequently, companies are demanding more flexible, cost-effective approaches to harness big data resources,” said Terry Wise, Director, Worldwide Partner Ecosystem, AWS. “Amazon Redshift is a fast, cost-effective data warehouse service designed to provide customers with high performance for their big data analytics needs, and Logi Analytics is a strong complement to this solution.”
Watch a demo of the Logi Analytics integration with Amazon Redshift here.
This year, Logi Analytics was moved to the “challengers” quadrant of the 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms report in only its third year in the research. The company’s position was based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision as it continues to deliver on its value proposition of ease-of-use, rapid time to deployment, and embeddability.
About Logi Analytics
Logi Analytics enables organizations to put information to work by allowing them to create web-based BI and analytic applications that can be integrated directly within the applications, systems, and processes that support their business – all at a fraction of the cost of other solutions. Unlike traditional BI platforms that are complex and costly, Logi Analytics technology allows organizations to rapidly develop, deploy, and adapt applications to serve business users without extensive development or professional services. Logi Analytics is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with sales and support offices in the UK serving Europe. The company is a privately held, venture-backed firm with investments from Updata Partners, GroTech Ventures, and Summit Partners.