Datawatch Corporation, announced today the immediate availability of Monarch Enterprise Server, version 11, the latest version of the company’s enterprise report management, archive and distribution solution. Significant enhancements to Monarch Enterprise Server (v11), include a new dashboard design and presentation module, robust data governance features, increased data encryption and greater scalability. Monarch Enterprise Server, a key component of the Monarch Report Analytics platform, provides organizations the ability to fully leverage existing reporting systems through self-service delivery of information locked in legacy and application systems.
“Monarch Enterprise Server is the platform we use to process and distribute approximately 200 million report and document-based pages per month to our customers,” said Andrew Besheer, vice president, Broadridge Financial Services. “As a trusted partner of financial services firms, much of the data we handle is time critical and requires a high degree of user security. Monarch Enterprise Server delivers a very granular level of security and data assurance. It can govern data access based on flexible business rules and secure the information contained in reports down to the individual transaction level.”
New User Interface and Dashboard Design
Monarch Enterprise Server was re-architected on the Microsoft .NET platform to give users – both data consumers and administrators – a more intuitive, easier to use experience. The new look and feel, which mirrors the enhancements in Monarch Professional, includes:
• Tighter integration with Monarch Professional;
• A new dashboard design with synchronized chart items;
• Dashboard items with unlimited drill-down capabilities;
• Drag and drop data presentation capabilities;
• Browser independence, and more.
“Monarch Enterprise Server installations will receive significant benefits from the .NET re-architected platform,” said Harvey Gross, CTO, Datawatch. “In addition to the features that will appeal to data consumers and business users, IT managers and the administrators of Monarch Enterprise Server will appreciate the increased scalability, improved multi-processor support, native 64-bit processer capability and the symmetric cluster approach to built-in high availability and fail-over.”
Monarch Enterprise Server
With Monarch Enterprise Server, companies can store and transform existing business documents and reports, such as those created from ERP, CRM, accounting and other mainframe applications, into a variety of output presentation formats. These formats include HTML tables and interactive charts, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Excel summaries and charts and are all accessible from a standard web browser. Monarch Enterprise Server makes it easy to share, distribute, analyze and visualize all this data extracted from existing reports.
Simply by leveraging the time and knowledge already invested in an organization’s internally or externally generated reports and other business documents, Monarch Enterprise Server provides users with the information they need in the format they want.
About Datawatch Corporation
Datawatch Corporation (datawatch.com) empowers organizations to transform the massive amounts of valuable information that is trapped in static reports, PDF files, HTML and other content-rich, but difficult-to-use data sources, into a dynamic information analytics system that accelerates and improves decision-making throughout their operations. Datawatch’s technology allows its more than 40,000 customers worldwide to leverage the investments they have made in reports from ERP, CRM and other custom applications into a high performance analytic information system at a fraction of the cost and time of traditional approaches. Datawatch is headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts with offices in London, Munich, Sydney and Manila, with partners and customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
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