Infor Business Intelligence has been selected as a leader in the 2013 Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study by Dresner Advisory Services.
The report evaluates vendors based on seven categories including sales and acquisition experience, value for price paid, quality and usefulness of product, quality of technical support, quality and value of consulting, integrity, and whether the vendor is recommended. Vendors were ranked using 33 criteria, on a five-point scale for each.
A first-time entry in the Titan market segment, which encompasses the largest vendors with extensive product and service offerings, Infor is positioned as its leader, exceeding peer averages for virtually all measures. Infor is ranked as "best in class" in the sales, technical support, consulting, integrity, and recommended categories.
"This leader placement acknowledges our commitment to innovative business intelligence solutions that help make customers stronger," said Lee Kilmer, Infor vice president. "Our recent Infor BI 10x release further shows that we continue to deliver meaningful information and actionable insight to key decision makers through our industry-leading tools."
Infor BI is a comprehensive, integrated business intelligence platform that includes financial and operational reporting and analysis, dashboards, planning, budgeting, forecasting, role-based analytics, data mining, and financial consolidation capabilities. Infor BI gets the right information to the right individuals at the right time, so decision makers can make more informed decisions. In addition, Infor BI solutions simplify and accelerate the processes of gathering, analyzing, reporting, and planning key business information.
About Dresner Advisory Services-The Wisdom of Crowds® Business Intelligence Market Study was conceived, designed and executed by Dresner Advisory Services, an independent advisory firm. Howard Dresner, its founder and chief research officer, is one of the foremost thought leaders in Business Intelligence and Performance Management, having coined the term "Business Intelligence" in 1989.