Dimensional Insight (Diver BI) Wins Best in KLAS for 7th Time in 10 Years Excellent news for Diver BI users – the software has won No 1 position as Best in Klas yet again! We are delighted at this recognition for the software, the people that design Diver BI applications and their users. 2020 Best […]
As we celebrated with Dimensional Insight this year on the 30th anniversary of the company’s inception – some of us attended the anniversary meal at the Top of the Hub in Boston at the DIUC earlier in the year, and others recently met with Fred Powers at Dynamic Business Informatics’ own 25th anniversary of Diver in Ireland conference – Bob Corr and John Spillane of DBI decided to do something special to commemorate the event.More
Last week we welcomed around 100 attendees to DBI’s 14th Diver Conference in Dun Laoghaire, to help us celebrate 25 years of Diver in Ireland. Bob Corr, DBI’s MD reminded us about various inventions that didn’t exist in 2004, which made us realise how far we had come, and also feel a little old! That is apart from our newest recruits who were not even born then! More
We are delighted to publish the agenda for the Dynamic Business Informatics’ 14th Diver Conference on Wednesday 2nd October 2019 at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. We look forward to welcoming Fred Powers, CEO of Dimensional Insight and his colleague James Clark, Technical Director from the US, and a new addition since our last update, Shaun Foaden , MD of Dimensional Insight in the Netherlands, along with speakers from Connolly’s RED MILLS and Vision IT from Denmark.More
SAVE THE DATE for our 14th Annual Diver Conference which will take place on Wednesday 2nd October 2019, at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire.More
This week Dimensional Insight are hosting a very special user conference in Boston. It marks the 30th anniversary of the date that Fred Powers and Stan Zanarotti got together to co-found the company that developed Diver BI software. It wasn’t always called Diver, but essentially it was the beginnings of a technology that started them out on their 30 journey towards the current version 7 of the Diver Platform that we are using today.More
We love this case study from our colleagues at Dimensional Insight in the Netherlands. It explains how a postal company, Whistl UK Ltd, processing 75 million items a week, turned to Dimensional Insight to help them reduce costs and gain deeper insights into their vast amounts of data.More
The annual Wisdom of Crowds® Business Intelligence Market Study by Dresner Advisory Services is out, and, as always, it is chock full of information on the status of business intelligence today. Curious about the state of data, how successful organizations are with business intelligence, and how different vendors are rated by users? Let’s examine the top takeaways from the report.More
Here is your chance to join the key staff from Dimensional Insight between Aug 5-8 at their User Conference (DIUC19) as they celebrate DI’s 30th anniversary!
This event is all about you—our loyal customers—who have shown us continuous support throughout the years, making this anniversary possible.
See the breakdown of all the sessions, which include a myriad of exciting new features; details of training for Diver 7.1 Workbench, Diveport, Measure Factory and a ProDiver facelift; and information about the venue and local attractions.More
More than 90% of American hospitals have been computerized over the past decade. The goal has been to simplify physician tasks and free up time for patient care. That said, physicians spend approximately two hours doing computer work for every hour spent face-to-face with a patient. If this is the case, would it be a stretch to say that the wave of computerization has made life more difficult for physicians rather than easier? And if that is the case, what can be done to maximize the benefits of technology in healthcare without making life harder for staff and potentially sacrificing the quality of patient care?More
The B2B distribution industry was not prepared for the entrance of “Amazon Business” in 2015. The industry has been disrupted by Silicon Valley because it was not technologically equipped and cannot keep up with the heavy automation and artificial intelligence of Amazon.More
In 2018, Amazon’s dominance in the e-commerce market hit a new milestone. The online retail giant captured 50% of US retail e-commerce with $252 billion in sales. This is certainly a high-water mark for Amazon, but rivals are not standing idly by. Firms in the retail sector are working hard to harness data and digitize their distribution platform to chip away at Amazon’s enormous lead.More