Data Display and Delivery Options
Prepare Data and Present Information with Voracity
Through the Workbench GUI, IRI Voracity offers more data display and delivery options than any other platform, and all in one place!
In the same Eclipse IDE, Voracity gives you everything you need to prepare, present, and provide comprehensive custom results for production or prototype data ... for all the right people in all the right formats.
As opposed to ETL-integrated BI (which is inefficient), Voracity is BI-integrated ETL on steroids. Use any combination of these options to meet your visualization needs and budget:
IRI's embedded reporting capabilities allow you to drive BI results on big data as you transform it. The built-in formatting capabilities in all IRI products let you capture the value of information seamlessly and in the shortest amount of time. Learn More.
The Business Intelligence Reporting Tool (BIRT) is a free data visualization tool in Eclipse™. IRI uses BIRT's ODA API and teh CoSort engine in Voracity to combine data preparation and presentation in real-time. Learn More.
See and learn more with a modern dashboard inside the IRI Workbench GUI or your browser. Visualize and interact with data you can first transform, cleanse, and mask in Voracity. Prepare data anywhere and see information everywhere. Learn More.
Your Analytic Tool
Stop trying to transform, clean, and mask data in slow BI, DB, ETL, and specialty data blending software. Click on the details to see how you can discover and prepare data in Voracity -- with the proven performance of CoSort or Hadoop engines -- and get clean, compliant subsets your tool can use to render displays up to 20X faster: Learn More.
Voracity has the rare ability to produce any number of database, file, and custom report targets -- with real production or realistic test data results -- in all kinds of legacy and modern formats at the same time. This saves design time and execution time by consolidating more work into the same jobs and I/O passes.
Review this schematic to understand all the targets your Voracity jobs can feed in the same GUI-designed pass: