Read more about the characteristics of OLAP systems, user requirements and degree of fulfilment provided by the alternatives in our free whitepaper.
During the 1990s a new database technology emerged and took the offices of the finance and controlling departments by storm. Hundreds of inconsistent and erroneous Excel and Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheets were replaced by new, multi-dimensional – and thus user-orientated – database technologies.
Even today, they still offer the possibility to fulfill the analysis and planning requirements of the business departments in a central database with exceptional response times and almost limitless modeling possibilities.
Learn from our experts why this technology is still relevant today and where it can make an important contribution to your business.