South Jordan, UT – Synoptix, the leading developer of business intelligence and financial reporting software, has brought the power of all previous versions to the web browser in its newest version 9. This eliminates the need to have the client installed on multiple workstations, and makes information accessible from anywhere.
According to Dr. David Andersen, Synoptix President, “This move to the browser means that users will not only be able to create, view, and distribute their reports all in one place, but also connect to any Cloud databases to pull information from anywhere.”
This newest version is a game-changer for anyone who works remote. Now, anyone with access to an Internet browser can get the insights they need to make the best decisions for their organization.
Synoptix 9 has an updated and reinvented interface that feels more intuitive and familiar than ever before. This newest version was designed to make financial reporting, budgeting, and forecasting even easier, saving time and resources.
With a direct connection to any data source(s), including spreadsheets or multiple ERPs, Synoptix simplifies the complex financial planning and analysis process. Fully featured, without needing to rely on IT, users get access to all of their data on-demand, with complete drill-down functionality. And in a fraction of the time.
In addition, Synoptix automatically distributes reports to team leaders and decision-makers, making sure they have the most relevant and up-to-date information at their fingertips.
For more information about the newly released Synoptix Version 9, visit:
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We want to provide you with an update on the Log4J vulnerability that was identified this weekend as it relates to your Synoptix installation. The short answer is that there should be no vulnerability issues with Synoptix. Synoptix no longer uses Log4J. Version 7 did use version 1.2 of Log4J (which was not vulnerable), and should therefore also be clear of any vulnerability issues related to Log4J version 2.0-2.14 (which was identified this weekend as having vulnerability).