What our Partners say about us

We recently asked some of our partners to talk about the benefits they have experienced from working with Panintelligence. We were very pleased to hear that our team were highly praised, as well as our agility as a company, and our ability to respond to enquiries in a timely manner. We believe in open communication and it was very rewarding to hear our partners share this opinion of the team.We work with partners across a range of industries including field services with the Kirona Group, who provide field service automation software. They are using the dashboard to provide a holistic view of their customers’ operations. Other partners include Wharncliffe, a reseller of Panintelligence for Sage 200. Their customers are benefiting from simplifying management reporting across the business, making it easier for them to report on all of their information.

Business Intelligence in Education

We also work with the Tribal Group, a global provider of software and services to the international education market as well as Higher Education and Further Education establishments. Working with Panintelligence the Tribal Group developed several products against key areas of their business. “The Panintelligence dashboard is simple, user-friendly software that doesn’t require any technical training for end users….Panintelligence have been very easy to deal with since our first meeting,” said Nigel James from Tribal.

Business Intelligence for Colleges

We worked with Tribal to create the ebs Business Intelligence module which helps decision makers in colleges manage performance and increase efficiency. It brings together data from all systems in one place, providing users with a live view of their data as a series of charts. 

Maytas Analytics

Maytas is the UK’s number one learning management information solution and is designed for the back office needs of learning providers. The Maytas dashboard is a pre-configured solution that helps staff manage and monitor key areas including finance, learner numbers, progression and work-placed learning.