Acquisition of Dundas Data Viz in Canada

Acquisition of Dundas Data Viz in Canada

August 25, 2022

Toronto-based business intelligence (BI), data analytics and visualization platform Dundas Data Visualization, Inc. has been acquired by insightsoftware, a provider of reporting, analytics and performance management solutions.

insightsoftware says the move will accelerate innovation for its Logis suite of embedded analytics solutions, used by CFOs and finance functions to meet customer needs for accounting, finance, operations, supply chain, tax, budgeting, planning, HR and disclosure management by bringing together business data in real time.

Dundas’ end-to-end BI platform allows software vendors to customize dashboards, reports and visualizations, acting as a one-stop-shop for self-service analysis, with integration into multiple data sources. In 2019, he was granted a US patent for his in-memory engine, which is used to optimize data analysis. Dundas’ new parent claims the platform will enhance Logi’s offering with a powerful Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) engine and “pixel perfect” reporting.

Jim Triandiflou (pictured), CEO of insightsoftware comments: “Nowadays there is no need for software vendors or companies building in-house applications to lose focus developing proprietary analytics tools. Since our acquisition of Logi Analytics last year, we have been strategically focused on expanding our integrated analytics offerings. We see a bright future for this segment of our business and even use these solutions in our own product development. The acquisition of Dundas strengthens our embedded analytics capabilities, making it even easier for software development teams to embed pre-built reports and analytics into their software.”

Dundas CEO Troy Marchand said the deal immediately benefits his team “by providing broader global resources and unprecedented career opportunities”, and for customers “a more powerful product that addresses a whole broader use cases”.

Websites: insightsoftware.com and www.dundas.com .

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