Broadbase has added Java support to the new version of its Windows NT-based Broadbase Server data mart development environment. Release 1.2 includes Java data mining applets for induction or predictive analysis, affinity or predicting data elements that are likely to occur together, and sequencing for analysing customer buying habits. The product also includes templates for sales and marketing and product analyses of data from SAP, Vantive and Scopus packages. It costs $49,500 per server licence.
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