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Cubularity Brings Something New to OLAP World

Cubularity made its official public debut and also introduced its OLAP product, Knowledge Prospector3 at Spring Comdex in Chicago.

Knowledge Prospector3 is a knowledge navigator for users of Microsoft SQL Server OLAP services. Some of its features include an intuitive user interface, more flexible analysis capabilities, rule-driven set selection, many graphical options, multidimensional analysis, color highlighting, time period aggregation, regression and projection tools, multiple view linkage, and HTML, Excel, and PowerPoint exporting.

In addition to intuitive navigation -- including nesting, stacking, sorting, drill up/down, hide and show -- Knowledge Prospector has ad hoc capabilities such as self-defined measures and exception reporting.

Knowledge Prospector3 is currently available and requires Windows 95, 98, 2000, or NT, as well as OLE DB for OLAP, 64 Mb RAM and 40 Mb of disk space.

Contact Cubularity: www.cubularity.com, 805-781-3966.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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