Open-source business intelligence solution lands at Brussels airport

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Airport says it has saved about £300,000 by deploying a business intelligence system from Pentaho

Brussels airport has replaced business intelligence (BI) systems from Oracle and IBM with an open-source solution from Pentaho. The solution will replace reporting software from Oracle and an ex...

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