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Enterprise Software Solutions, LLC was created 7 years ago. Since then we are developing software solutions for the needs of our clients - companies and firms of any size and field. We are the creators of products like Companion for MS Analysis Services, Companion for MS SQL Server, Business Intelligence (BI) Companion and Business Intelligence (BI) Portal. 
Easy to operate, with great looking interface, extremely flexible and customized for your needs, our business programs are attended with our immediate support in installation and usage. Visit our site for free trial version Download and read more details about each of the products.
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BI Portal News Release v3.11 - Wednesday, July 25, 2012
 Version 3.11 of the BI Portal has been released. The new version contains the following new features and enhancements:
 a.The "Cube Designer" is a new add-on that allows the user to create new cubes on the fly by using the PC mouse. ESS is the first company that bring such a product on the market. The new feature is universal and works with 1) LocalCubes; 2) SSAS Multidimensional and 3) SSAS Tabular modes. The UI uses the PC mouse right-click to show different context menus based on the selected object.
 The cube creation takes several steps. The first one is to specify the data source. Any OLEDB resources are supported: MS SQL, SSAS, Oracle, Access, Excel, etc. The second step is to pick up the tables, which contain the data of interest, and add them to the data source view. The interface allows the user to browse the data source as a hierarchical tree structure and drill down from schema to tables to columns. The third step is to use the selected table to create Dimension and Measures. The final steps are the processing and browsing of the Cube. This new feature brings powerful analytical functionality and allows the BI worker to use any modern data source and slice and dice it within seconds. Pivoting any data is just a few clicks away and is all web based.
 The new feature is "Cloud Ready" since it does not require any middle-tier components. There are also no security concerns since the user identity is preserved. The "Cube Designer" component can be shown or hidden by the administrator by using the new configuration option:
<KeyValueOfstringstring>
<Key >ShowCubeDesigner</Key>
<Value>true</Value>
</KeyValueOfstringstring>
 b. The "Client-Side Perspectives" is a new feature that allows the administrator show or hide objects using the client tool. "Perspectives' is a feature of the Enterprise Edition of MS SQL. With this new option, this feature is now available in the MS SQL Standard Edition. There is a new configuration options,"HiddenObjects", that lists all the SSAS objects that should be removed from the UI.
<KeyValueOfstringstring>
<Key>HiddenObjects</Key>
<Value>Sales|Geography</Value>
</KeyValueOfstringstring>
c. The "GIS Maps" have been enhanced to do an exact match between the GIS shapes and the geography members. This eliminates any guessing and ad-hoc mapping. The new approach guarantees that values and members are correctly resolved and displayed on the map. The enhancements also apply to Bing Map integrated mode. Changes to the geography dimension(s) in the cube are required for the algorithm to work properly. A new configuration option,"DefaulGISMap" is available that allows the definition of the default GIS map.
<KeyValueOfstringstring>
<Key>DefaulGISMap</Key>
<Value>-1</Value>
</KeyValueOfstringstring>
d. The "UseSimpleConnectDialog" is a new configuration option that allows the administrator to simplify the User Interface by showing only a list of available connection options and their descriptions.  The list can be customized based on the user identity, which allows for subscription-based scenarios. If the option is set to "false", then the traditional "Connect Dialog" will be displayed that requries the user to select the database, cube, perspective and measure group(optional).
<KeyValueOfstringstring>
<Key>UseSimpleConnectDialog</Key>
<Value>true</Value>
</KeyValueOfstringstring>
e. There is a new feature in the BI Companion (aka Cube Browser) that allows the user to do "What Else" analysis.  If a cell is clicked in the data grid, there is a new option, "Extract Members As Filter", in the context menu that will extract the leaf-level members for the selected dimension and save the set as a filter. This feature is very useful when a set of members is isolated with one filter and the user wants to see "what else" this set has done as far as activities. An example will be: Have the customers, who received discounts last summer, made a purchase this year? Or What have the customers, who bought "Bikes" last year, bought this year?  The user will select Customers and Products in the grid, showing sales for Last year, then click on cell that shows "Bikes", select this option and then change to this Year.  This feature can considerably simplify the designs of cubes that require this type of analysis.
f. ESS HTML 5 GIS Maps and Charts have been released to support the rendering of reports and dashboard on mobile devices: iPad, iPod, Android, WP7, W8, etc.  
g. Various miscellaneous fixes and enhancements have been included in this release. As of this release, there are no outstanding known issues with the product.
 
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