PRLog (Press Release) Atlanta, GA – October 31, 2011 — Izenda, the leading provider of self-service reporting platforms for business users, announced today that it has ended its 2011 fiscal year with revenue up by 62% from the previous year, and with profits that increased by more than 48%. This is on top of a 40% growth in revenue for the previous year and a 47% increase for the year before.
In announcing these results Izenda CEO Sanjay Bhatia said, “We are extremely proud of our third successive year of dramatic growth, a result of our ability to provide our customers with a simple-to-use self-service reporting tool that is exactly what they need. Our corporate customers can create custom reports without any complex coding and without using an IT department. Our solution provider customers can improve their product and accelerate their product’s launch date without affecting their own product’s code base or documentation.
Izenda Looks to the Future
“Looking to the future, we see a lot of excitement out there around HTML5, and we are aggressively targeting rich HTML experiences for our customers and their end users on both desktop and mobile platforms. People want powerful access to data from any web-enabled device and our new dashboards deliver that capability”
Izenda operates at the intersection of Software as a Service and Business Intelligence, two of the hottest areas of the technology sector. The company’s software adds self-service reporting to online business applications so users can customize reports without involving IT or engineering departments.
Izenda, LLC is the leading provider of self-service reporting and analysis tools for web-based applications on the Microsoft platform. The firm’s corporate headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Izenda’s web site is located at www.izenda.com.
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Izenda is the leading creator of self- service business reporting software. Izenda operates at the intersection of Software as a Service and Business Intelligence, two of the hottest areas of the technology sector. The company’s software adds self-service reporting to online business applications so users can customize reports without involving IT or engineering departments.