International business intelligence (BI) software company Antivia today announced that it has just closed a strong quarter for the period ending March 31st 2015. This increased momentum has been driven by the high level of interest in Antivia's flagship product, DecisionPoint™ Enterprise, where the company reported significant wins in the construction and manufacturing sectors and a record quarter in its European market.
All of these wins were competitive against leading vendors in the Gartner 2015 Magic Quadrant, which the company says demonstrates that whilst Data Discovery is important for analysts there is increasing demand for BI solutions that address the needs of non-technical business users.
Antivia's newest product, DecisionPoint™ For Excel, is a standalone version that enables non-programmers to transform their Excel data into interactive dashboards fast. Launched in the last quarter of calendar year 2014, DecisionPoint™ For Excel has seen 100% quarter-on-quarter growth and already boasts customers on five continents as it continues to gain traction in the underserved market for SME business intelligence.
Feedback from customers of DecisionPoint™ For Excel has been extremely positive.
Warren Tillman, CTO of H & H Homes, premier home builders in North and South Carolina, highlighted the value and speed of DecisionPoint™: "Besides the intuitive use of DecisionPoint™, the value for a small to medium sized business is unprecedented. It has provided our company a lot of "bang for the bucks" and, through BI visualizations, rapid and informed management decisions."
Whilst Antivia's customer base is increasing, the company continues to deliver high levels of customer service, with first response times in the upper quartile for the industry sector and half of all customer support tickets resolved in one interaction.
Mark Hudson, CEO of Antivia, said: "I'm delighted with our latest set of results which demonstrate that an increasing number of organizations are discovering DecisionPoint™ and liking what they see. It's for good reason that Ryan Goodman and his team at Centigon Solutions now regularly recommended DecisionPoint™ as the natural successor to SAP Dashboards."
Hudson continued: "Customers are attracted because they can build the interactive dashboards they need quickly without coding, they can easily share these dashboards across the organization on mobile devices and the desktop, and non-technical business users can pick up these dashboards and get instant answers to their immediate and follow-up questions without having to be trained. DecisionPoint™ is proving a great recipe for business intelligence success and is becoming hugely successful where organizations need to push information out into the field to a remote workforce and to a network of stores or depots."