DataOceans Adds Real-Time Analytics with Izenda Business Intelligence

ATLANTA, GA – July 5, 2016

DataOceans announces that it has chosen to integrate self-service business intelligence and analytics capabilities from Izenda into its Customer Communications Management (CCM) platform and services.

Izenda’s solution will seamlessly integrate with DataOceans CCM workflow, empowering non-technical users to analyze data in real-time to improve the customer communication experience. While other managed service providers in the CCM industry provide their customers with standard reports and dashboards containing static data or require users to work with a service delivery manager to obtain a data dump which requires additional manipulation, DataOceans enhanced capabilities will place more control and flexibility in business users hands.

“The CCM industry has a strong need for robust self-service analytics and many existing solutions hamper business user’s ability to perform ad hoc analysis. DataOceans is a leader in this industry and we are excited to partner with them as they take business user empowerment to another level,” said Lee Nagel, VP of Marketing at Izenda and a veteran of the CCM industry.

Real-time analytics remain rare in the CCM space, giving DataOceans a strategic advantage in the marketplace with the addition of Izenda’s BI and analytics solution. DataOceans normalizes the data from their clients’ legacy datasets, and puts it in a relational database. With the addition of Izenda’s BI solution, they can leverage data through the DataOceans platform for better real-time decision making.

“Izenda’s technology fits nicely within ours,” said DataOceans Chief Revenue Officer Randy Beals. As for choosing Izenda, “Certain things we need to build, certain things we don’t need to reinvent the wheel when a great option that delivers superior ROI already exists,” he said.

DataOceans Director of Client Services Michele Hawkins stated, “I am extremely excited that we are integrating the Izenda Business Intelligence tool into the DataOceans platform.  It has an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that is great for business users.” Hawkins went on to say that “integrating with Izenda will allow our clients to unlock their data and use it to answer the day-to-day questions that arise about their business and customers.  They no longer need to utilize IT resources to get the information they need, which can be time-consuming and costly.  The data is now at their fingertips.”

About DataOceans

DataOceans offers customer communications management solutions that help companies across multiple industries improve existing customer communications, including billing and invoicing for print, portal, tablet and phone deliveries.  These newly transformed customer communications can be implemented in 90-120 days without significant involvement of client IT resources and offer interactive experiences, personalization, and highly-targeted ads with a focus on increasing revenue and decreasing costs.

Visit www.DataOceans.com for more information about the company and its products.

About lzenda

Izenda designed its self-service business intelligence platform for independent software vendors, solutions providers and enterprise users. Izenda embeds seamlessly in applications to deliver BI directly to the people who need it most. Our integrated BI platform allows end users to easily create and customize reports and dashboards so they can analyze, visualize, and share valuable data and insights in real time. More than 10,000 organizations use Izenda’s embedded BI and analytics platform on a daily basis. To find out more about Izenda’s platform, visit www.Izenda.com.

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