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Maximal Launches Max 2.0 Business Intelligence Solution

Maximal Innovative Intelligence Ltd. today released Max 2.0, the latest version of its business intelligence software solution. Max 2.0, a client for SQL Server 7.0 OLAP Services, offers multidimensional viewing and navigation.

Max 2.0 expands on the original with tools and features that enable easier and faster navigation through an organization's data, and by providing greater flexibility and user control. Additionally, Max 2.0 offers advanced integration tools and integration with Windows 2000.

Max 2.0 features a GUI that uses colors and bars to display multiple dimensions on a single screen, enabling users to spot trends and relationships across multiple dimensions. Guided analysis wizards enable users to find hidden information quickly. New features include enhanced viewing flexibility, automatic benchmarking for easy comparison of members, and advanced exploitation of Microsoft's OLAP Services features.

Contact Maximal, (703) 925-5959, www.maxsw.com.

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

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