ManageEngine Launches into Self-Service IT Analytics Market

by May 6, 2016 0 comments

ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company,  announced its entry into the self-service IT analytics market with the launch of Analytics Plus. Designed for mid- to large-size organizations that want to draw insights from their IT data, Analytics Plus integrates easily with various data sources and tools, analyzes vast data volumes and presents findings with rich visualizations.

Too many organizations use too many IT tools to run their businesses. Those tools may also support IT users, infrastructure, and business applications.  The problem is all the data (and all the data formats) created by the tools is stored in silos that thwart actionable insights and visibility into organizational performance. Solutions exist to analyze all that data, but they typically are too complicated, require too much customization by experts, or are too time-consuming and expensive.

Key Benefits of Using Analytics Plus

Analytics is becoming as essential to organizations today as IT did years back. Analytics Plus meets the growing requirement to put IT analytics within every organization’s reach and provide the insights and visibility needed to make better decisions, faster. Harnessing ManageEngine’s deep experience across the IT management spectrum, Analytics Plus brings together and correlates islands of data to instantly provide insights in the form of rich visualization and interactive dashboards. Highlights include:

Fast to set up and easy to use: In minutes, Analytics Plus can be installed and configured, and visualizations can be created. Unlike other analytics tools, Analytics Plus is simple to use and offers an intuitive drag-and-drop visual studio to create dashboards easily.

Powerful data blending, analytics and statistics: Analytics Plus lets users do cross-data analytics and offers a “look up” model to merge different data sets using common fields. It provides pre-built analytical functions and an excel-like formula engine with an extensive library of mathematical and statistical functions.

Rich visual presentation and analysis: Users can create reports and dashboards that include charts, widgets, KPI metrics, pivot tables, and tabular view components. The dashboards let users visually slice and dice data, drill down into details, and change the appearance using different chart types and pre-defined templates.

One tool to unify insights from various data sources: The Analytics Plus architecture lets users analyze data from a variety of data sources such as spreadsheets, files, and feeds, relational and non-relational databases, applications and Web API, providing a unified view of their entire IT.

Sharing and collaborative working: With Analytics Plus, users can securely share reports and dashboards with others to reach consensus and make group decisions quickly. Dashboards can be embedded in websites, intranets and other Web apps for wider access with fine-grained control.

Work seamlessly across the Web and mobile devices: Analytics Plus is also available as a mobile app for Android and iOS tablets, so users can access and interact with the reports and dashboards already created, on the move.

Lower Total cost of Ownership (TCO): Analytics Plus saves organizations up to 50 percent in total costs compared to leading IT analytics tools offering similar functionality.

Pricing and Availability

Currently in beta, Analytics Plus is licensed based on the number of users accessing it and is available in two editions. The Personal edition is free to use, whereas the Professional edition starts at an annual subscription cost of $1,995 per year, which includes two users and comes with a 30-day, free trial. Additional users are priced under $200 per user per year. Perpetual buyout license and OEM white-labeling options are also available.

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