Frontline Systems' Analytic Solver® and RASON® Enable Creation and Deployment of Analytic Models on Azure, Power Platform

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev., July 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --A Frontline Systems has released major new versions of both Analytic SolverA®, its toolset for Excel for the Web, Windows and Macintosh, and RASONA®, its cloud service on Azure, that enable companies to easily embed 'decision intelligence' in activities ranging from annual or quarterly planning to everyday business processes a?? yielding reduced costs and risks, in fields ranging from manufacturing and distribution to energy, pharmaceuticals, investment and insurance.Analytic Solver works in Microsoft Excel to enable business analysts who aren't data scientists to build and solve analytic models themselves. It is upward compatible from the Solver in Excel, which Frontline originally developed for Microsoft. RASON, an acronym for RESTful Analytic Solver Object Notation, is an Azure-hosted platform that enables users to 'publish', manage and govern analytic models as RESTful decision services, easily update them with new data and solve them, and easily use results in any application that can consume JSON or OData."We're enabling organizations to 'move beyond Excel', easily deploy analytics in the cloud, and govern both data and models a?? while still leveraging their Excel modeling skills" said Daniel Fylstra, Frontline's President and CEO. "These analytics projects yield results and ROI much faster, with less cost and risk."Results from Analytics in Months, not YearsAnalytic Solver plus RASON is a complete "decision management suite" that supports the full range of business rules, forecasting, machine learning, optimization and simulation methods, from small models to large, multi-stage analytics workflows. But unlike other platforms that require extensive implementation consulting, six- to seven-figure budgets and year-long deployment schedules, Frontline's tools enable a company's own staff to get results in months, by leveraging what they already have: business expertise and Excel skills for model creation, modern low-code/no-code tools such as Power Apps and Power Automate for model deployment, and Office 365, Dynamics 365, Common Data Service, OneDrive, and CData's Cloud Hub tools for data management. By leveraging OData standards, RASON enables easy use of analytic model results as data a?? a key idea.
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