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What's New in Reveal!

What's New in Reveal!

Today we are excited to announce an update for our recently launched business intelligence tool, Reveal! In this release you will find some off the following updates and new features: New, Modern Look and Feel  As a returning users coming back into the application you will notice a new UI to Reveal. This includes styling […]

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Infragistics Launches Reveal Embedded Analytics Platform

Infragistics Launches Reveal Embedded Analytics Platform

Purpose-built for embed, Reveal’s modern architecture simplifies how you integrate, manage, and pay for analytics.  With the launch of the Reveal Business Intelligence platform, we are making it easier to add powerful embedded analytics and data visualizations to your apps. Transform your app’s UX with Reveal’s eye-catching visualizations and increase app loyalty. With Infragistics’ 30+ years of experience in UI frameworks, we optimized Reveal […]

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How Reveal BI Secures Your Embedded Analytics Data

How Reveal BI Secures Your Embedded Analytics Data

The Reveal embedded business intelligence platform is based on a cloud architecture that includes multiple authentication methods, local caching of data to minimize sending of queries to servers and databases, and much more. We’ll explore these in this blog. Authentication Reveal Cloud authentication uses the OpenID Connect (OIDC) standard. The Identity Service component provides secure authentication […]

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The Pricing Secret: What Embedded Analytics Vendors Won't Tell You

The Pricing Secret: What Embedded Analytics Vendors Won't Tell You

If you’re considering embedded analytics, you’ll be hard pressed to find clear, transparent and publicly-posted pricing. In fact, most embedded BI vendors keep their pricing secret, preferring to offer you  “customized” pricing. Here’s why. So they can maximize the price you pay while leaving “no money on the table.” They do this by charging you on a per-user […]

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