International software company Antivia has announced another excellent quarter of results for the period ending June 30th 2015. The continued strong momentum has been driven by the high level of interest in Europe for Antivia's flagship business intelligence (BI) product, DecisionPoint™ Enterprise, where the company reported significant wins in the last two quarters.
DecisionPoint™ is a fast dashboard creation tool that lets non-programmers turn data into beautiful interactive dashboards that can be shared with anyone on a web browser, tablet or smartphone, giving business people fingertip access to the information they need to make informed decisions.
Organizations use DecisionPoint™ across many areas including to optimize inventory management; to provide increased visibility into lead time, on-time deliveries and defect rates to maximize the number of perfect orders; to measure pipeline trends across the sales cycle to improve close rates and drive increased sales effectiveness; and to monitor inventory, receivables and payables to reduce cash-to-cash cycle times and sustain profit margins.
DecisionPoint™ For Excel, the standalone version of DecisionPoint™ that enables small to medium enterprises and departments within larger organizations to quickly transform Excel data into business insight, has also continued to enjoy robust growth, with a 50% increase in its customer base, quarter on quarter.
The company also announced that DecisionPoint™ Enterprise is being deployed in what is believed to be the largest European mobile business intelligence roll-out to date, with 4,000 sales people across 23 countries receiving personalized DecisionPoint™ dashboards delivered to their mobile devices. The dashboards are also personalized based on language and other formatting specific to the 23 countries.
The dashboards created in DecisionPoint™ are intuitive and easy to use so that the sales people don't require any training, and this was key to enabling such a large scale deployment of business information. Each sales person is able to synchronize a group of dashboards to their mobile device which contains information specific to their current day's activities - these can then be accessed and viewed offline with full interactivity. This means the 4,000 sales people will be able to access their personalized dashboards, which are based on SalesForce data, when they are with customers, in the office or on the road - ensuring they always have a complete overview of the business, allowing them to work more efficiently with everything in one place.
Mark Hudson, CEO of Antivia, said: "We are delighted to see continued growth for both our solutions, especially in Europe. During the first half of 2015 we have also seen a growing demand for both our Enterprise and Excel versions from SAP Dashboards, or Xcelsius, customers who are looking for a viable route forward as their product, which is based on legacy-Flash based technology, reaches the end of the road."
Hudson continued: "We're also very proud to be at the forefront of mobile BI delivery, pioneering new technology fit for today's mobile environment."