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PrecisionPoint and Targit to Deliver BI for Dynamics NAV and AX

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Business intelligence and analytics product developers PrecisionPoint and Targit have joined to co-develop a BI offering for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and AX users.

PrecisionPoint will use its managed services and analytics to deliver a multi-layered application built on a data integration infrastructure that allows the retrieval of deep-rooted information held within Dynamics NAV and AX systems. The product will then present the analysis using visualized performance metrics from Targit, which is able to integrates reporting, analytics and dashboards.

"We are delighted to announce this important strategic partnership with Targit, it represents a fantastic opportunity for both companies as until now, most solutions have represented a compromise of some nature," said to PrecisionPoint  chief executive, Michael Evans. "The best data layer engine on the market now powers the optimum visualization of data in clear dynamic tables, diagrams and graphical gauges. Targit's solution is an important extension to our growing portfolio of Business Intelligence solutions."

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