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SeeWhy Serves Operational Intelligence

Company releases product to improve operational decision-making.
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On June 26, SeeWhy announced general availability of SeeWhy Enterprise Edition, the vendor-supported version of its real-time business intelligence (BI) technology. The product uses stream processing to monitor events and analyze their impact on business performance. Operational decision-makers often can't wait for information to be loaded into a database so they can analyze it, which has motivated some companies to develop event-based technologies. Ventana Research recommends that organizations identify areas where data latency issues are impeding decision-making and evaluate how event-based technologies like SeeWhy's can improve business performance.

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