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Logi Analytics Receives Highest Scores for Embedded Analytics in Two Industry Reports

Embedded analytics leads to greater realization of strategic business benefits, including improved customer satisfaction, enhanced user experience and increased end-user adoption.

McLean, Va. – March 28, 2016 – Logi Analytics is proud to announce it has achieved the highest score for the OEM and embedded business intelligence (BI) use case (4.05 of 5) out of the 24 vendors in Gartner’s 2016 Critical Capabilities for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. Logi was also recently recognized as a leader in embedded analytics in Dresner Advisory Services’ 2015 Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study.

According to the Dresner study, over the past three years, the perceived overall importance of embedding analytics has increased, with more people considering embedded BI to be critical. This aligns with findings from Logi’s soon-to-be-released 2016 State of Embedded Analytics Report, which found that 87 percent of all application providers say embedded analytics is important to their users.

“While companies are increasingly looking for employees to make data-driven decisions, they often struggle to get users to adopt business intelligence tools,” said Steven Schneider, chief operations officer for Logi Analytics. “Whether you are a software provider or an internal IT team, a key factor to analytics adoption is putting data in the context of the tools people use every day. If users can get the information they need by simply using one application, they are able to make more-informed decisions.”

Over the past ten years, more than 600 software and SaaS providers have relied on Logi’s embedded business intelligence tools to create engaging apps, boost user adoption and differentiate their products. It is this experience that has led Logi to be a recognized leader and trusted source for embedded analytics.

“We needed a highly embeddable solution, and Logi Info was really the perfect fit,” noted Andrew Brodie, CEO of SSB Consulting. “I haven’t seen anyone come close to offering what Logi does for people in the OEM space.”

“Analytics are becoming a core component of all software applications, and when done correctly, it is impossible to tell the difference between an application and the embedded analytics content,” said Schneider. “Just as consumer applications embed analytics as a natural part of the user experience, we believe business applications will continue to move away from bolt-on approaches to more infused implementations.”

For more information on embedded analytics, download the Definitive Guide to Embedded Analytics.

Gartner’s Critical Capabilities report is a companion to the 2016 “Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms.” It looks at the attributes that differentiate products/services in a class in terms of their quality and performance.

Dresner’s Embedded BI Market Study explores user perceptions and intentions, and includes rankings for 21 vendors.

Gartner “2016 Critical Capabilities for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms,” by Cindi Howson, Josh Parenteau, Rita L. Sallam, Thomas W. Oestreich, Joao Tapadinhas, and Kurt Schlegel, Mar. 10, 2016.

About Logi Analytics
Logi Analytics is the leader in self-service analytics, delivering products designed to address the needs of both business users and IT. At Logi, we are reimagining how analytics software can empower individuals and the organizations and products that serve them. Logi enables users to explore and discover insights and make data-driven decisions.

More than 1,700 customers worldwide rely on Logi. The company is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in the U.K. and Sweden. Logi Analytics is a privately held, venture-backed firm. For more information, visit

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