We have some big news to share that we’re pretty pumped about. Dimensional Insight has been named the 2014 “Best in KLAS” winner for business intelligence/analytics.
This news is exciting, not only because it validates our very customer-centric approach in which we invest a lot into ensuring that our customers are able to realize fast and demonstrable ROI from their BI deployments, but also because our scores were up pretty significantly from last year’s scores – to the tune of 6% – showing that our customers are seeing that value first hand.
We combed through the report and dug up 5 interesting facts that we wanted to share with you:
Diver outperformed the biggest BI brands
including SAP, Qlik, Tableau, SAS, Information Builders and Cognos.
Our score was 16% higher than the average.
We scored a 90.9 in the report. That’s leaps and bounds over the Software average of 78.33 and the BI/analytics average of 79.80.
Healthcare users value analytics over pure visualization.
Overall performance scores for the BI/Analytics category show users receive more value from vendors able to live up to the “analytics” claim and take their organization beyond straight data visualization. Vendors like Dimensional Insight and SAS Analytics all performed higher than leading visualization vendors like Tableau and Qlik.
We have the winningest record in healthcare BI.
Since 2009, we have received 5 award-winning designations from KLAS: 4 Best in KLAS awards [2010-2012, 2014] and 1 KLAS Category Leader in business intelligence/reporting .
And we keep getting better!
Our 6% higher scores than last year’s scores are proof that customers are finding value in our technology and approach.
If you’d like to read an example of our customers’ success – check out this white paper we wrote with the team at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, which won an award at the CHIME CIO Forum this fall. It’s driving outcomes like this with a team of dedicated professionals and great technology that we are most proud of.
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