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Pentaho tightly couples data integration with business analytics in a modern platform that brings together IT and business users to easily access, visualize and explore all data that impacts business results.

Data visualization
Web-based data access wizard for business users
Powerful data integration and federation for IT and developers
Access to diverse data types from Excel to Hadoop

Intuitive web-based interactive reporting for business users
Rich graphical enterprise report designer for power users
Output in popular formats: HTML, Excel, CSV, PDF and RTF
In-memory caching for fast results

Interactive Dashboards
Rich graphical visualizations with navigation, drilling and a rich library of filter controls
Web-based drag and drop dashboard designer for business users
Portal and mash-up integration to seamlessly integrate business analytics with other applications, including Google Maps

Data Discovery & Analysis
Interactive visual analysis allows decision makers to drill into data for greater insight
Visual lasso filtering and zooming narrows down the context of data to understand or exclude outliers
Attribute highlighting provides better visualization contrast among data displays
A rich library of interactive visualizations to find patterns and anomalies, including geo-mapping, heat grids and scatter/bubble charts
Drill-down functionality into supporting reports and dashboards provides deeper analysis
Extreme scale in-memory data caching for speed-of-thought analysis with large data volumes

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