IT Operations Analytics (ITOA)

Transition your IT department from a labor-intensive development role to governance and oversight with modern, best-of-breed data analytics. Let your IT department become the enabler of analytics while empowering and monitoring the usage of analytics in your enterprise.

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Monitor the Success and Usage of IT Data Analytics

Get a handle on the decision-making data within your organization with IT operation analytics. Monitor, investigate, and legitimize the activities of sales, marketing, operations, and others using the analytics solution while tracking success and usage. Mitigate poor performance by setting alerts for sensitive information and improve response times and fix rates. Easily throw together metrics from your analytics technology to drive your budget and funding decisions.

Start using IT analytics to provide game-changing answers to questions like:

How Can We Be Sure
People Are Using
Our Software?

Is There a Way to Oversee
Bad Modeling or Network/
Connectivity Issues?

What’s the
Secret Sauce?

For most non-technical decision makers, how Sisense works isn’t as important as how well it works. But for IT decision makers, we know you’ll want to know more about our In-Chip® Engine and Single-Stack® Architecture to understand why Sisense is one of the most innovative data analytics solutions available today.

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Sisense works for us because it offers great security options and lets us create separate data cubes for each client, since the information is often sensitive and clients get squeamish about storing their information with others.

Aaron Strange,

The core benefit of Sisense lies in its pairing of a user-friendly interface with its secure data infrastructure.

Emanuele Nardo,

Sisense was chosen because its [embedded analytics] was easy to use, support, looks nice, and our customers like using it.

Jeremy Gerson,

The core benefit of Sisense lies in its pairing of a user-friendly interface with its secure data infrastructure.

Emanuele Nardo,