myDBA - web-based business intelligence for SAP

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myDBA - web-based business intelligence for SAP

Post by mydba3 » Sat Sep 17, 2005 7:48 pm

Product information: http://www.24-7mydba.info

We believe in information and that it is critical to all businesses.
Today's fast-paced business world revolves around information and a
business's ability to gather and analyze data to gain actionable
insight for the life and growth of the organization. In other words, a
company is only as solid as the information on which its management
decisions are based. Therefore, it is important to be able to extract
and manipulate data from widespread sources with a minimum of effort
and cost. We have constructed this site to provide you with valuable
information and to show you how our technology is designed to convert
your same data into more information.

myDBA is the next generation in information reporting technology. It
takes the same data you are working with today and turns it into
useful, compelling information on which to base smart business
decisions. And it does that with existing resources -- the same data,
the same personnel and the same decision-making processes currently in
place -- simply by empowering you with in-depth reporting and stronger
analysis capabilities.

Put plainly, myDBA integrates data from separate, existing sources,
delivers valuable and easy-to-use analysis functionality for a wide
range of users and aligns itself to the way your company thinks and
works. myDBA gives you the ability to use your data more effectively by
utilizing such features as simple, web-based delivery, security against
unwanted access and reduced effort, resulting in easily shared, useful
data, presented just the way you want it.

Want more information? http://www.24-7mydba.info

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Post by VLozano » Mon Sep 19, 2005 1:44 am

Thanks for your information, but in this forum we don't have interest on spaming nor ads (except the official site's ones).

Take your time, there is a 3rd party forum, and there you can join the party. This party is not for third party people, just for the first two.

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Post by Snowy » Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:16 am

Sorry Vic, this guy used the right forum. Ads are only allowed in this forum. Forget about the third party forum.

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Post by VLozano » Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:40 am

Snowy wrote:Sorry Vic, this guy used the right forum. Ads are only allowed in this forum. Forget about the third party forum.
Then I am who must post his apologizes.

I'm sorry.

And now, I need a bit of light... why allow posting ads here if here we only make fun of almost anything? And what's the goal of the third party board?

And yes, I suppose I can find this info by myself, but I'm too lazy today to do it ;)
(of course, if I'm too lazy to search it by myself, you can ignore my questions, who knows if tomorrow I will feel me less lazy).
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Post by Snowy » Mon Sep 19, 2005 11:37 am

thirs party: you postthere when you have questions on them or problems.

GD ad bashing: I should intervene more but if this is done lightly, no prob with me.

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Post by Eelco » Mon Sep 19, 2005 6:24 pm

I always thought that SAPFans was the most used 'Web-based business Intelligence' .
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Post by VLozano » Tue Sep 20, 2005 2:03 am

Eelco wrote:I always thought that SAPFans was the most used 'Web-based business Intelligence' .
I'm amazed how many people is able to merge in the same sentence the words business and intelligence...

And thanks for your clarification, Snowy
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