How Boeing Reduced Operational Deficiencies by Enhancing Data Visibility

 

Boeing acquired Dundas BI primarily due to its highly customizable interface and design, allowing them to easily visualize thousands upon thousands of data points. In addition, Boeing enjoyed the capacity to be able to connect with multiple preceding systems.

 

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