How does Allos work?

 

O ALLOS is a technology made to allow people to be independent working on data. To make this happen, ALLOS performs incredibly well in getting individual pieces of information. 

The current tools of Business intelligence  are typically only Pivot tables Expensive and glorified, with some kind of pleasing views on mobile phones. As a Pivot tablereads the data from one or more tables at once and organises it into any report. 

ALLOS on the other hand, allows you to put each piece of information where you want it, and therefore each piece of information (basically each Excel cell) is making a call to the database. Considering that a typical manager's spreadsheet has thousands of cells, the need for performance is critical.

And that is the great technical differentiation of ALLOS, the ability to make thousands of calls to the database in a matter of seconds. No one else can do it and therefore no one else has created a system like ALLLOS successfully. There are some formula systems, but they have serious technical problems.

For this, ALLOS has to organise the data in a non-SQL database, segmented in a different way from what exists in the market, and stored in a file system in order not to require additional licensing or major infrastructure. These data can be obtained from internal systems like SAP, Oracle or any SQL based system, as well as web services or even files.

Finally, it is so simple to implement and install that it avoids the need for unfinished projects for little result

 

How does ALLOS work?

An unbeatable performance<br><span style="color: rgb(68, 68, 68); font-size: 16px; font-weight: 400;">The performance with which ALLOS gets data from the database for each cell of your spreadsheet is unbeatable, making a solution with this flexibility possible. To achieve this, we have a different way of organising the data and manage the memory used in an innovative way.</span>

External and internal data from everywhere

The data can be obtained from internal systems such as SQL, Oracle or SAP databases. You can also call internal or external webservices to get data. Finally, we can also process data in many different formats, such as: txt; tab; csv; xml or spreadsheets, either from suppliers or in-house.

SImplicity above all

All of ALLOS is designed to be simple to implement, simple to maintain and simple to learn, so that it is as independent as possible and as fast to implement as possible.

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