- DBMS -
Home page
[back][up level][first][previous][next][last]
FYI Profitability
    FYI Profitability
    Business and Financial Applications
        = 1996 
    managers of large corporations analyze, plan, and monitor the financial
    aspects of managing multiple products, and determine customer and channel
    profitability. Database is configured to fit the user's business, operates
    with large, multiple sources determined by users, and organizes data in
    multiple dimensions, views, and levels to support users' needs. Features
    DSS applications, OLAP technology, client/server architecture,
    object-oriented design, and a GUI. The "Bookmark" capabilities let users
    save and recall their analysis reflecting the most recent data available.
    Analyses can be viewed by year, quarter, month, week, current period, and
    so on. Provides "toolbox" approach to creating simple to complex financial
    templates for analyzing detailed information, including dollars, projected
    budgets, and a complete set of P&L line items. Employs a visual approach to
    financial analysis that can either supplement or replace traditional
    spreadsheets. Supports three basic approaches to multidimensional "what-if"
    planning: top-down, bottom-up, and middle-out, and lets users create their
    own modeling techniques. Also features rate and volume analysis. Pricing
    starts at $175,000.= starts at $175,000 
    = 1996 
      Think Systems Corp.
        = Parsippany, NJ 201–299–7177