McLean, Virginia – April 21, 2011 – LogiXML, the pioneer of web-based business intelligence software, today announced that sales in the first quarter of 2011 increased 80 percent year-over-year and the company achieved its ninth sequential quarter of growth. This comes on the heels of LogiXML’s positioning in the 2011 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms.*
“The main driver for LogiXML’s continued growth is our ability to capitalize on the fracturing of the BI market whereby companies are adopting more agile BI solutions and moving away from cumbersome traditional BI platforms,” said Brett Jackson, CEO, LogiXML. “Companies today need to quickly deliver critical information to employees, partners and customers in a way that’s interactive, embeddable, and less expensive than traditional BI. Information delivery is where LogiXML excels, and it’s in that BI segment where we’ll continue to increase our market share.”
Organizations such as SAIC, SunGard, and Purdue University have deployed LogiXML products in order to distribute critical intelligence to large numbers of end-users. Unlike traditional BI approaches and toolsets that can take years to develop and implement, LogiXML provides cost-effective, scalable solutions in just a few days that make sophisticated BI accessible to any organization without a large investment in development, services or training.
“Offering web-based BI solutions has placed LogiXML at a considerable competitive advantage, and has enabled us to help companies empower decision makers by getting them intelligence whenever and wherever they need it,” said Jackson.
For more information on LogiXML, please visit www.logixml.com.
Founded in 2000, LogiXML was the first to market with next generation, web-based business intelligence software. LogiXML provides web-based dashboards, user-friendly reports, and on-demand analysis that enables both technical and non-technical users to make better decisions for their organizations. LogiXML is also known for pioneering a unique, highly embeddable web-based architecture for integration within other products.
About Gartner’s Magic Quadrant
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*Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms, Rita L. Sallam, James Richardson, John Hagerty, Bill Hostman, January 27, 2011.