Incorta recently announced the launch Incorta 5, a unified data analytics platform that spans across Direct data mapping Technology. Incorta 5 is characterized by capabilities that allow technical and non-technical users to collect, interpret and act on complex data. The product requires little to no training and signals Incorta’s shift from a traditional component model to a unified data analytics platform capable of handling a number of business analytics use cases, from data storytelling to predictive analytics.
Incorta is a data platform that speeds up data ingestion and provides accelerated join performance. The vendor has dubbed their product “the industry’s first ETL-free data warehouse.” Incorta has a direct data mapping engine that provides real-time aggregation of complex business data without the need for a data warehouse. Users can drill down from aggregated KPIs from frontline to support transaction records with just one click. Incorta also lets you explore anywhere with user-defined exploration paths and hierarchies.
Key features contained in Incorta 5 include access to 200 new data sources (systems, database technologies and custom sources), a single platform data experience that reduces reliance on external visualization tools through a ârevampedâ data analyzer, faster data pipeline with a new in-memory SQL engine and additional integration options. Incorta 5 builds on the vendor’s existing CLI and SQL interfaces with a new data REST API for developers.
In a statement to the media on the news, Incorta CEO Scott Jones said, âAnyone who manages enterprise data knows that today’s technologies do not provide a seamless self-service experience, nor the agility and speed required by today’s digital businesses. I have long thought that there must be a better way to give every decision maker access to data. Incorta 5 solves this problem with its revolutionary direct data capabilities, essentially eliminating the middleman and empowering anyone from IT to C-level to make informed and creative decisions about every element of how they run their business and manage them. relationships they have with their customers. . “
Read Incorta 5: the new analysis standard for companies on the company’s blog for more information.