Here at ExistBI, we have been providing MicroStrategy Training and Consulting for many years and we are always intrigued to see what improvements are made in the upgrades. The beginning of this year sees the new MicroStrategy 10.11 release and we are excited about the improvements that will have a big impact on your ability to get the most out of your company’s data. The up-grade promises faster access, better mobile support, and innovative visualizations and it delivers. Here is a quick summary of the some of the new or improved features…
Out-of-the-box – The software contains improved visual analytics capabilities that produce out-of-the-box visualizations. These advanced images display the data in a more engaging and revolutionary way.
Mapbox – This is the new geospatial capability that provides additional interactivity and greater overall flexibility through dynamic layers, enhanced clustering and much more.
Library App – The new Library App allows users to view dossiers easily on any device. The app is optimized for iOS and Android Smartphones.
Dossier Recommendations – The MicroStrategy workstation, Desktop, and Library have an intelligent recommendation engine that provides suggested related content for the user to view.
Face ID integration – iPhone X users can quickly use the Face ID authentication method to access the MicroStrategy Mobile app and MicroStrategy Library app. This fast, on-the-go method is very convenient for today’s busy working world.
These are just a few of the exciting features of the 10.11 platform, our team or Certified MicroStrategy Trainers are ready to help you utilize them to promote business development and profitability. Find out more about our training opportunities here https://www.existbi.com/microstrategy-training/ or contact our team on the link below with any queries.
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