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InfoBurst User Conference Wrap-up and Feedback

On behalf of the InfoBurst team I want to thank the attendees of this year’s InfoBurst User Conference in San Diego. Over six days iB users participated in certification courses, hands-on workshops and a variety of topical seminars. Users came together during the user influence meeting and shared their ideas ...

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Post IBIS2013 Update – Dashboard Award Winners, Photos, and more

IBIS 2013 was an amazing success. Thank you everyone; Customers, Partners, and InfoSol staff (including our summer interns) for making it possible and memorable.  I’ll say it again: Thank you… the experience was brilliant. The education offerings, hands-on workshops, executive seminars, bootcamps… pre and post seminars were totally awesome.  The ...

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A deep dive into the InfoBurst Connectors

Here is a sneak-peek of the InfoBurst® Dashboard Connectors In-Depth talk  to be presented in the Dashboard Data Management, Dashboard Delivery & HTML5 Apps with InfoBurst talk at the InfoBurst User Conference – IBIS 2013. Back when we were taking another look at InfoBurst, we also wanted to take another look at how InfoBurst ...

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Getting more out of InfoBurst with IBShell

Here is a sneak-peek of the InfoBurst® Shell to be presented in the Report Bursting, Scheduling, Delivery & Administration talk at the InfoBurst User Conference – IBIS 2013. Welcome back to the second part of my sneak peak for the my InfoBurst API and Shell talk.  We last talked a little about the InfoBust API ...

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InfoSol partners with and integrates Yellowfin Business Intelligence

Arizona-based provider of best-of-breed information systems and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, InfoSol, has signed an official partnership agreement with global BI software vendor, Yellowfin. The agreement will see InfoSol offer Yellowfin’s easy-to-use BI software, and associated implementation and training services, throughout America and Canada.  As part of the agreement, InfoSol ...

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Integrate your applications with InfoBurst

Here is a sneak-peak of the InfoBurst® API to be presented in the Report Bursting, Scheduling, Delivery & Administration talk at the InfoBurst User Conference – IBIS 2013. Over 5 years ago we started to think about a new InfoBurst.  One that would take the years of experience that we’ve gathered since InfoBurst launched, and ...

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Yellowfin Deep Dive at IBIS 2013 – Hands on Training

Having the opportunity to teach what I love has played out a few times in my life. From guiding students into the depths of the Pacific Ocean as a Scuba Dive Master to leading a class of business users in working with one of my favorite Business Intelligence Solutions, I ...

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Welcome to the World!

I take great pleasure in presenting to you the 2031 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Kolby Austin Durda.  In case you didn’t hear, my nephew was born on Saturday.  That’s right; I’ve already presented his name to the Nobel Committee for his solution of global climate change.  Please phone in ...

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British Museum Real World Case Studies Are Best

I always try to visit the British Museum when I am in London as it is one of my favorite places. It has fantastic Ancient Egyptian galleries and I never miss an opportunity to revel amongst those fascinating artifacts. However, today I was in for a special treat as there ...

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British are Bullish on Mobile Dashboard Shuffle

So I am standing at Heathrow Airport arrivals waiting for my ride and there is a man a few yards in front of me wearing a pair of large bull horns on his head. The British are renowned for being a little eccentric but this is something I have never ...

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D is for Dashboards

Here is a sneak-peak of some of the 12 Ds to be discussed in the Iron Chef Dashboard track in Limitless BI conference – IBIS 2013. As I started putting my train of thoughts together for the Dashboards track of IBIS 2013, I was listing the important elements of implementing ...

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Pain , Enlightenment and Data Quality

The first indication that I had a problem in my right shoulder was when I was having a meeting in a pub in Melbourne and I could only lift my beer to about the level of my chest before feeling pain. So I did what any sensible beer lover would ...

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