|By Marketwired .||
|October 2, 2012 05:12 PM EDT||
SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/02/12 -- BellaDati launches agile analytics and reporting cloud tool at DEMO Fall 2012. We reinvent the way in which business users can interact with data. BellaDati turns sales, marketing, production, HR or financial data into the visualized reports and dashboards. All you need is a web browser or mobile device.
BellaDati is an agile analytics and reporting cloud tool inspired by gorgeous Isola Bella island located near Sicily coast. It reinvents the way in which business users can interact with data. All you need is a web browser or mobile device. It turns sales, marketing, production, HR or financial data into the visualized reports and dashboards. BellaDati data-warehouse includes ready connectors for huge databases and services like Oracle, SalesForce, Facebook, GoogleDocs or simple Excel spreadsheets. Our solution brings three layers of innovation -- for manager, analyst and developer. Managers consume and comment charts and tables in reports via their iPad/iPhones. Analysts can drill-in and slice data to better understand customers without coding. BellaDati is a platform, which equips developers with tools for data transformation, embedding of live charts and via REST APIs they can create own analytics applications. Everything is built like social network for business data analysis. In secured company domain people share reports, dashboards and can comment important numbers in tables or whole reports. On-line reports can be exported into the PPT or PDF or simple picture or delivered directly to the e-mail.
BellaDati business model is based on the cloud monthly tariffs or licenses for downloadable version. Since beginning of 2012 BellaDati customers are large beverage producer in Germany, mid sized retail stores in UK, insurance industry, biggest coal producer in central Europe with 16 000 employees as well as businesses with less than 20 employees. BellaDati based out of Prague, Czech Republic is also expanding the network of global partners that can support customers and sales locally. Next to the UK, Germany or US partners BellaDati entered Asia market in September through two partnerships in Seoul, South Korea. Recently BellaDati is establishing offices in San Francisco.
"Today we are announcing BellaDati together with two new cool features: BellaDati GEO data analytics and BellaDati mobile BI Piccolo for Android devices like Samsung. It is great set of functions through which we target new partners and customers in Asia, US, Brazil and Europe," said Martin Trgina, CEO and founder of BellaDati.
BellaDati will provide a live, six-minute demonstration of BellaDati agile analytics and reporting cloud tool on the DEMO Fall 2012 stage at 16:26 PDT and will host live demonstrations beginning today at Booth D32 in the DEMO Fall 2012 pavilion.
"Budgetary constraints, increased competition, and a savvy customer base mean that today's enterprises are continually on the lookout for the top innovations that provide a competitive advantage," said Matt Marshall, executive producer of DEMO. "We are excited to be providing the platform for these DEMO Fall 2012 demonstrators to showcase their technologies to the world."
BellaDati is based out of Prague in the Czech Republic and established in 2006 by Martin Trgina. Originally the company was dedicated to enterprise software integration under the brand Trgiman and successfully served companies such as Sun Microsystem, GE Money or NewWorldResources. In January 2012 the company introduced product BellaDati agile analytics and reporting for first customers in Czech and German market. Now BellaDati is distributed globally.
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