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Panintelligence 'Highly Commended' at Computing Awards 2016

In the highly competitive category of 'Data Visualisation' we're pleased to be recognised as 'Highly Commended' in Computing Magazine’s Vendor Excellence Awards 2016. We're grateful to our partners for their nominations. Our Director Ken Miller and Software Development Manager Steve Mayren received the commendation on behalf of Panintelligence. Computing Magazine’s annual Vendor Excellence Awards, points the spotlight at technology vendors and service providers that are bringing innovative solutions to ease the pain-points of UK business and public sector organisations. Choosing the right cost-effective technology to streamline business processes, meet new compliance standards and manage data gives many companies a competitive advantage. Judging criteria for the Data Visualisation award included demonstrable business benefit, delivery of actionable insight and ease of use. Case studies from our long-standing partners Tribal and MS Amlin showcased how easily we delivered all these benefits and more. Nigel James, Sales Manager at Tribal FE, summarises the reasons for entering into partnership with Panintelligence:

Why did we decide to work more closely with Panintelligence? Because a strong collaborative partnership with aligned interests and a compelling Business Intelligence proposition to the market will generate significantly more revenue for both businesses. The benefits for Tribal: More revenue, improved operating margins, competitive advantage and a way in to competitors’ customers.

Richard Williams, CIO at MS Amlin also commented:

Panintelligence listened to us and were willing to work with us to develop the product, which you don’t get with the larger vendors.

The Panintelligence BI dashboard makes data visualisation easy and accessible to everyone anytime, from anywhere and on any device. It requires little to no training for users to build and edit charts, drill down to underlying data to gain insights and schedule or email reports. 

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