January 5, 2009

Exclusive interview featuring BIS²’s Andrew Cardno

Denver, CO – Andrew Cardno, CTO of BIS², recently participated in an exclusive interview with Ron Powell and the BeyeNETWORK (www.BeyeNETWORK.com). In this interview, Cardno explains how Super Graphics allows a large variety of data to be displayed revealing the discovery of meaningful patterns and turning data into actionable information.

“vizbybis² has been designed to get the most out of existing data warehouse and BI infrastructures,” says Andrew Cardno, CTO of BIS². “The feedback we are getting from customers, with large data sets, is that our Super Graphics can really provide new insights and actionable intelligence. It is what organizations are looking for from data visualization.”
“BIS² is reversing the paradigm in data visualization by providing the big picture first and enabling the business analyst to look at the relevant detail where appropriate,” says Ron Powell, Cofounder and Editorial Director of the BeyeNETWORK.

About The BeyeNETWORK
The BeyeNETWORK Spotlights are intuitive dialogues with innovative solution providers, and these spotlights provide a cutting-edge introduction to the new products and services of interest to the business intelligence community. The Network publishes six newsletters serving more than 115,000 readers across a wide variety of industries, making it the largest newsletterbased information source for business intelligence, performance management, data warehousing, data integration and data quality.

About BIS²
Organizations are increasingly turning to data visualization, or what we call super graphics, as a tool for transforming their data into greater competitive advantage. This is particularly true for high-performance companies, but it also extends to any organization whose massive and growing data sets represent a substantial company asset. BIS² delivers state-of-the-art data visualization software as a powerful solution for instant analysis of this intricate and massive data collections so companies can visualize their data, realize their information, and actualize their decisions, while leveraging their existing data warehouse infrastructure.