InforSense KDE 3.0 Released: Enabling Decision-Making Enterprise-Wide.
LONDON & CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- InforSense:
--Latest InforSense KDE (K Desktop Environment) A GUI-based user interface primarily for Unix and Linux machines, but also available for Windows and Mac. The source code is freely distributed and is maintained by developers around the world. version delivers integrative data analysis, visualization, and software composition to all decision-makers
--Increased productivity gained by quicker and more precise workflow deployment
InforSense Ltd, the leader in integrative analytics platforms, today unveiled the new version of its flagship informatics platform, InforSense(R) KDE 3.0, for enterprise-wide decision-support. This latest version of InforSense KDE enables organizations to integrate and deliver tailored informatics environments - data resources, analytic software tools and applications - to specific decision-makers across the organization within a unified informatics framework. Scientists and business analysts will then use these resources in a highly dynamic and iterative way to answer business-critical problems more quickly and efficiently.
"We are excited to see InforSense KDE 3.0 which represents a significant milestone for both InforSense, and the evolution of workflow tools," commented Stephen Calvert, VP Cheminformatics at GlaxoSmithKline. "Its robust engineering both supports our large-scale deployment plans enterprise-wide and enhanced ease of use for developers and scientists will make a difference to our ability to deliver new informatics tools as our business evolves."
The new release of InforSense KDE provides enhancements for all types of users across the enterprise. Scientists and business analysts have expanded support for personalized data manipulation Processing data. and reporting. Informaticians and analytical workflow builders can more easily define and deploy tailored interactive applications to address specific business and user needs. Administrators can better support diverse user populations and applications across large and distributed enterprises.
"InforSense KDE is rapidly becoming the de facto standard Hardware or software that is widely used, but not endorsed by a standards organization. Contrast with de jure standard.
de facto standard - A widespread consensus on a particular product or protocol which has not been ratified by any official standards body, such as ISO, for workflow-based intelligence delivery across enterprises in many industries," said Prof. Yike Guo, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. and Founder, InforSense. "The new 3.0 version enables organizations to achieve a truly horizontal integrative environment where every decision-maker can more easily access tailored information as they need it. The potential impact on enterprise productivity is immense."
Overview of InforSense KDE 3.0 Enhancements:
--For scientists and business analysts - The new release contains new, interactive functions in both the main client interface and in applications deployed to users via the portal. These enhancements include additional file import/export options, including direct Excel file import; improved performance for handling large datasets; interactive control of long-running jobs; more reporting and output options including email notification; expanded choice of visualization options and curve fitting Curve fitting is finding a curve which matches a series of data points and possibly other constraints. This section is an introduction to both interpolation (where an exact fit to constraints is expected) and regression analysis. Both are sometimes used for extrapolation. for scatter plots; customisable table cell rendering and enhanced interactivity with charts and visualization tools in portals; and access to guided end user applications from both the main desktop client and the portal interface.
--For informaticians and analytical workflow builders - New features enable informaticians to build tailored analytic solutions and portals. Accessed via a redesigned client graphical user interface graphical user interface (GUI)
Computer display format that allows the user to select commands, call up files, start programs, and do other routine tasks by using a mouse to point to pictorial symbols (icons) or lists of menu choices on the screen as opposed to having to , enhancements include control workflow constructs to link and orchestrate multiple analytical workflows according to business rules; support for Oracle Database 10g Release 2 in-database processing and data mining functions; easy-to-use service creation and deployment wizards; definition of mid-workflow user intervention points; deployment of guided end user applications within the full client interface and portal; workflow annotation to explain workflow steps within collaborative environments; and the use of standardized JSR JSR Java Specification Request
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JSR Jump to Subroutine (6502 processor instruction) 168 portlet A small window on a portal page. Portlet technology allows a portal page to be customized more quickly either internally by the development team or by the end user. Portlet technology can come as an adjunct to a portal server or as optional interfaces to ERP applications. specifications for easy integration of InforSense KDE workflows into standard portal applications.
--For system administrators - New capabilities to facilitate enterprise-wide access include web start loading of the client; customizable look and feel for different users; role-based component loading; enhanced auditing of workflow usage and execution; and improved performance and failsafe mechanisms for Wide-Area Network execution.
InforSense KDE 3.0 provides the analytic workflow infrastructure to support all InforSense add-on modules: InforSense BioSense, ChemSense, TextSense, in-database Oracle analytics, and the Spotfire Connector. This latest version is fully compatible with previous releases of the InforSense platform and additional modules, and existing users can easily upgrade.
In addition, InforSense is pleased to announce a series of webcasts for customers and partners to showcase the latest features of KDE 3.0. The initial webcast in the series "What's New in InforSense KDE 3.0", takes place on Wednesday, January 25, 2006 at 10:00am EST/3:00pm GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) See UTC.
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About InforSense KDE
Using InforSense KDE, enterprises rapidly integrate and deliver virtually any data source, analytic software tool, service or application within a single informatics framework. Users link these components via visual workflows to dynamically answer any question using their data, however complex or transient. Organizations can also mine their analytical processes to discover and deploy expertise and best practices. InforSense KDE provides an open, extensible service-oriented architecture, built using industry standards including J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) A platform from Sun for building distributed enterprise applications. J2EE services are performed in the middle tier between the user's machine and the enterprise's databases and legacy information systems. , XML XML
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