An upgrade to Brio's namesake software promises one-stop business intelligence while allowing construction of custom analytic applications. Brio Enterprise 6.0, due by July, will offer a graphical development environment for organisations to design analytic applications customised for business needs. Version 6.0 also expands on query, reporting and OLAP (online analytical processing) with newly flexible drilling and more powerful queries. The report writer has been revamped to enable users to combine results of multiple queries into a single report. The Web-enabled suite also adds support for the OLE DB for OLAP specification, which enables native access to OLAP engines from Microsoft, SAS, NCR and others. Native access was also added for OLAP engines from Informix, Hyperion and /IBM and for SAP's Business Warehouse.
Brio Enterprise 6.0 supports Windows NT, Solaris, AIX and HP-UX. Pricing has not yet been disclosed.
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