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Global Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics vendor, Yellowfin, is one of a number of vendors invited to participate in the Business Application Research Center’s (BARC) 2013 benchmark report on BI – The BI Survey 13.
Yellowfin Calls for Participants in BARCs The BI Survey 13 Global Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics vendor, Yellowfin, is one of a number of vendors invited to participate in the Business Application Research Centerâ€™s (BARC) 2013 benchmark report on BI â€“ The BI Survey 13. Melbourne, VIC, Australia, June 12, 2013 -- The vendor is seeking prospective participants with first-hand experience using Yellowfin to complete the survey. Complete the survey here: www.digiumenterprise.com/answer?link=1320-62VCGCCX The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete, and is open until Friday 5th July. Participants should use their corporate email address to complete the survey, or their submission may not count, warned BARC. The BI Survey is the worldâ€™s largest annual survey of BI users, with last yearâ€™s report compiled from over 3000 individual responses. The study gathers input from a large number of organizations to better understand buying decisions, implementation cycles and the benefits achieved from using BI software. According to BARC, all participants will: Receive a summary of the results from the full survey Be entered into a draw to win one of ten $50 Amazon vouchers Have their experiences included in the final analysis BARC guarantees that participantsâ€™ details will not be sold or passed on to any third- party organizations. The BI Survey 13 is strictly vendor-independent: â€œBARC does not accept vendor sponsorship of the survey, and the results are analyzed and published without any vendor involvement,â€ BARC said in a statement. About BARC and The BI Survey 13: The Business Application Research Center (BARC) is a leading independent software industry analyst firm, delivering information to more than 3000 customers. As Europeâ€™s largest enterprise software analyst group, BARCâ€™s core research areas include Data Management, Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Content Management. BARCâ€™s The BI Survey is an annual report based on the worldâ€™s largest vendor- independent survey of BI and Performance Management end-users. The BI Survey uncovers the truth about why real-world organizations select BI products, how they use them, and with what success. It also compares the leading products on the market across a number of headline criteria, such as performance, scalability and vendor support. Last yearâ€™s version, The BI Survey 12, attracted nearly 3000 responses. For more on BARC, go here: www.barc-research.com/index.php?id=579 For more on The BI Survey 13, contact Nikolai Janoschek at BARC: firstname.lastname@example.org About Yellowfin: Yellowfin is a global Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics software vendor passionate about making BI easy. Yellowfin is headquartered and developed in Melbourne, Australia, offering a highly intuitive 100 percent Web-based reporting and analytics solution. Founded in 2003 in response to the complexity and costs associated with implementing and using traditional BI tools, Yellowfin is a leader in mobile, collaborative and embeddable BI as well as Location Intelligence and data visualization. For more information, visit www.yellowfinbi.com For further media information, interviews, images or product demonstration, please contact: Lachlan James, Yellowfin Communications Manager, on +61 03 8617 4954, 0431 835 658 or email@example.com For regular updates and news, follow Yellowfin on Twitter (@YellowfinBI), LinkedIn (Yellowfin Business Intelligence) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe to Yellowfinâ€™s free e-newsletter. Contact: Lachlan James Yellowfin Level 46, 360 Elizabeth Street Melbourne 3000 Victoria, Australia +61 0 3 8617 4954 email@example.com http://www.yellowfinbi.com/
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