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A Peek into Jupiter Systems' Canvas 2.0

April 07, 2014

Business intelligence is a key differentiator for successful companies in today's competitive environment. Business intelligence is the data that every company needs in order to make the best strategic decisions that will serve the company's interests in both the short- and long-term. To make smart decisions, companies need the most accurate and real-time business intelligence. To meet the needs of such companies for high-quality business intelligence, a company called Jupiter Systems has released software called Canvas 2.0.


Canvas 2.0 comes with many unique features that enhance the usability of business intelligence. It collects information from a range of sources including camera feeds, and presents it in a visually appealing format. The 360-degree view presented by Canvas shows a comprehensive picture of the entire operations in one place. Further, this information can be shared across networks to reach out to users who work virtually too. The best part is this sharing can be done on any device. Such a sharing feature opens up new ways for collaboration and management. Users are no longer restricted to any particular location to use business intelligence.

This software also gives new levels of flexibility with respect to management. Using this software, managers can monitor operations related to inventory management, supply chain management, production, sales and distribution. Also, Canvas 2.0 helps managers to solve problems faster and more effective than before because they are able to access essential information in real-time.

Due to these features, Canvas has been deployed across many industries including government agencies. Many Fortune 500 companies in healthcare, financial, manufacturing and retail industries already use Canvas. Going forward, the usage is only going to go up because not many software today offers this level of business intelligence that is visually appealing and easy to use. 




Edited by Alisen Downey

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