Centius Qi is a Business Intelligence platform built to deliver information in multiple business models, yet can be tailored to fit companies across industries. As a cloud-based or on-premise system, Centius Qi delivers flexibility and offers robust features that speed the time between collecting information, analysis, and decision making. Maximize productivity and ROI while and reducing risk by connecting to multiple data sources, ultimately driving intelligence.
Centius Qi is tagged as the first “All-in-browser” and requires no software installation to run. Combining that of enterprise BI with visualization and predictive analysis (based on R programming language), their advanced platform design gives more administrative power to business users and bridges the gap between the user and the data. Users can generate reports, create any type of charts, and manage dashboards within the client interface, providing better control over the final reporting capabilities. The combination of these features allows the user to discover more insights from the data and predict with more certainty the outcomes, versus reports that only visualize historical events.
Since Centius Qi was developed to meet the market demand for cloud solutions; the system relies less on upkeep from an IT staff, delivering agility and features that put ownership of the process into the hands of the business user. Its intuitive architecture is accommodating even for users without any previous IT knowledge or experience. Each user has their own unique profile which can be limited based on access rights and tailored to include only the features they need.
As a streamlined, powerful platform, Centius Qi makes a great option for business professionals looking for the tools to gather and analyze data, then leverage that to make critical decisions while minimizing risk and maximizing ROI in the process.
I loved the user interface. It is simple and clean WSYWIG (What you see is what you get) interface. More importantly, it is intuitive and uses Flash to generate interesting ways to look at your data. Why is Flash important, you ask? Well, I am a firm believer that, with the growth of consumer technology, visual media is going to play an increasingly important role in business situations. Pie charts and bar charts are old hat, now. Rich visual representation of data using latest technologies, whether in a business or consumer context is essential. As a business user, you can drag and drop data elements to create interesting visual representations of your data.
Great product with excellent user interface
Third party integration could have been better