June 14, 2007

Insight into Inxight

Based on a few conversations at the Text Analytics Summit this week, I’ve gotten a richer picture of what’s been going on at Inxight. Here are some highlights:

Basically, I still think what I thought before.


3 Responses to “Insight into Inxight”

  1. Seth Grimes on June 14th, 2007 1:45 pm

    Curt, one Inxight OEM customer told me that their agreement has 6 more years to run and that Inxight is committed to maintaining the OEMed software. All the same, if I were that customer I’d be exploring alternatives.

    The Inxight visualization tools were cutting edge several years ago but they haven’t been enhanced in years and they show their age. If I ran Business Objects, I’d look at modernizing them and integrating them with other platform components in order to compete with visualization focused BI upstarts such as Spotfire, Tableau, and Qliktech.

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