BI Solutions Join On-Premises To Windows Azure Using Star Analytics Command Center

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The Star Command Center is used by enterprises across major industries to manage and automate disparate reporting, planning, and analysis environments with applications, data warehouses and business intelligence tools from multiple vendors. By orchestrating interoperability between on-premise and Cloud applications on the Windows Azure Cloud platform, the new edition will allow users to accelerate business decisions by accessing time-sensitive automated application processes using mobile phones, tablets or PCs.

Allan Naim, an Architect Evangelist from Microsoft, interviews Quinlan Eddy and Steffen Enni from Star Analytics, about how the Windows Azure platform provides an easy and cost-effective way for enterprises to address the explosion of business intelligence, hosted and legacy applications spanning private and public Clouds and on-premise applications.

About Star Analytics

Star Analytics is the leader in application process automation and integration software, offering enterprises a cost-effective way to automate and integrate disparate financial and operational applications for better business decisions. Fortune 1000 companies in all major industries use Star Analytics to improve business planning and analytics and reduce the burden on IT by automating the integration and management of financial processes and data. Star Analytics is certified Microsoft partner.

Other partners include QlikTech, Informatica, interRel Consulting, IBM Cognos, SAP BusinessObjects, and Oracle. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Star Analytics is a privately-held company backed by Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and LightSpeed Venture Partners.

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