Monthly Archives: Settembre 2011

A suite de Business Intelligence open source SpagoBI vence o Open Innovation Award

Engineering, com a nova solução Agile BI de SpagoBI, obtém a Demo Cup no Open Word Forum de Paris. Roma, 27 de setembro de 2011 – SpagoBI, a única suite de business intelligence 100% open source, completa e flexível recebeu o Open Innovation Award, um prêmio dado no âmbito da Demo Cup do Open World Forum de Paris, um evento global do qual participam os principais protagonistas do open source. Stefano Scamuzzo, Senior Technical Manager de Engineering e SpagoBI International Manager, em seis minutos demonstrou Continue reading →

SpagoBI, la suite open source pour l’Informatique Décisionnelle, gagne l’Open Innovation Award

Avec la nouvelle solution pour l’Agile BI de SpagoBI, le Groupe Engineering est parmi les gagnants de la Demo Cup à l’occasion de l’Open World Forum de Paris Rome, le 27 Septembre 2011 – SpagoBI, la seule suite pour l’Informatique Décisionnelle 100% open source, complète et flexible, a gagné l’Open Innovation Award 2011, un prix qui est conféré pendant la Demo Cup à l’occasion de l’Open World Forum de Paris, un événement global qui réunit les acteurs principaux de l’open source. Stefano Scamuzzo, Directeur Technique Continue reading →

SpagoBI, the Open Source Business Intelligence suite, wins the Open Innovation Award

With the new Agile BI provided by SpagoBI, Engineering Group wins the Demo Cup at the Open World Forum in Paris. Rome, 27th September 2011 – SpagoBI, the only 100% open source, complete and flexible Business Intelligence suite, has been awarded a 2011 Open Innovation Award, within the Demo Cup at the Open World Forum in Paris, a global event welcoming the main actors of the open source domain. Stefano Scamuzzo, Engineering Group’s Senior Technical Manager and SpagoBI International Manager, made a six-minute demonstration, giving Continue reading →

The Agile BI with SpagoBI wins the Open Innovation Award

SpagoBI has been awarded a 2011 Open Innovation Award, within the Demo Cup at the Open World Forum in Paris, a global event welcoming the main actors of the open source domain. The IT Manager of Foo.com, persuades John, the Sales Manager, that the company data can be managed in a few minutes by giving up the traditional Excel tables, with no need to start lengthy expensive Business Intelligence projects, which entail the involvement of several resources. Finally, John convinced himself that using open source Continue reading →