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Silvon Creates Web Interface for Supply Chain Analytics

Silvon Software Web-enabled its Stratum suite of analytic applications with a new tool called Stratum.eZViewer.

The decision-support tool loads on an application server, allowing users to access business data from the Stratum suite through a Web browser.

Silvon’s existing Stratum suite of analytic applications includes modules for performance management of sales, marketing, manufacturing, procurement and e-business. Other modules available in the suite cover customer relationship analytics and activity cost management.

The suite is built on Silvon’s DataTracker technology, which includes a relational data warehouse, OLAP engine and extraction, transformation and load capabilities. Silvon’s analytic applications run on Windows NT, IBM AS/400 and Unix.

Contact Silvon Software, www.silvon.com

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

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