Enterprise-level information visualization tool is available in .NET and Java implementations
Panopticon Software, the leading provider of information visualization software, today announced the launch of Panopticon Enterprise for Java version 3.5 and .NET version 4.3, the latest versions of the company’s highly scalable enterprise-level application.
The new versions incorporate several major advances over the previous release, including simplified administration to better support large organizations. Administrators in different departments can now upload new visualizations to a designated server that smoothly adds configurations to the existing visualizations. The company’s R&D team developed this feature in cooperation with major financial institutions.
Panopticon Enterprise for Java version 3.5 and .NET version 4.3 support substantially faster client updates from the server and offer a richer user experience with an improved customizable look and feel. Users can set up their systems based on individual preferences so that they can more easily focus on the information of greatest interest without being distracted by less important information. This vastly improves the user experience when working with real-time data that may generate large numbers of new records every second.
Panopticon CEO Robert Ekström said, “More and more people in financial services, telecommunications and other industries must make decisions based on massive amounts of data. Our enterprise-level visualization products are a great fit for large organizations that need to deploy truly useful decision support tools to large groups of people across multiple departments.”
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