Tableau unveils visual analytics, Zultys adds to Linux phone lineup, iLumin boosts e-mail management, Servigistics touts pricing service, and Telelogic brings workgroups togetherFollow @infoworld
Tableau Touts Visual Analytics
Tableau Software, a vendor of visual analysis and reporting systems for business intelligence, next week will launch its Standard Edition V.1.0 and Professional Edition V.1.0 products. Both versions use databases, computer graphics, and business intelligence to enable users to create graphical analyses of business data. Standard Edition V.1.0 connects to data in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and to text files, whereas Professional Edition connects to those applications as well as to Microsoft SQL Server, SQL Server Analysis Services, Hyperion Essbase, and IBM DB2 OLAP Server. Standard Edition V.1.0 costs $999 per user, while the Professional Edition carries a $1,799 price tag for each user.
Standard and Professional Editions v1.0, Tableau
Pricing Service Unveiled
Servigistics this week will announce Servigistics Pricing, a hosted expert system for optimizing the pricing for service parts. The application aggregates competitive data, pricing history and elasticity, and the demand-to-price relationship, and it creates models for pricing policies. The service also predicts sales volume based on price.
Servigistics Pricing, Servigistics
Telelogic Ties Workgroups Together
Telelogic on Monday will ship Telelogic Doors XT, a requirements management software package that integrates virtual workgroups in enterprisewide projects. As a result, geographically dispersed workers can operate as an integrated team. A single Doors XT license costs $8,300.
Doors XT, Telelogic
Zultys Offers Linux Phones
Zultys Technologies has added a new family of Zip phones running on Linux. The phones are compatible with any IP telephony system using SIP and include support for PoE (Power over Ethernet), line-rate Ethernet switching, voice encryption, and conferencing. The high-end Zip 2X2 phone features two Ethernet ports and the ability to provide two simultaneous incoming or outgoing calls. Zultys phones cost between $150 and $230, depending on model options.
ZIP phones, Zultys
iLuminTargets E-mail Control
Enterprise e-mail management vendor iLumin this week will roll out a new version of its Assentor Enterprise message management suite. The new version enables flexible message expiration by groups, which lets administrators set multiple retention periods for single users based on their specific group or industry regulations. Other features include enhanced reports and new audit functions for logging e-mails.
Assentor Enterprise, iLumin
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