Advanced Visual Systems Releases Android Edition of Interactive Data Visualization Software
Latest release of OpenViz API delivers mobile performance with the same analytics functionality and look-and-feel of desktop applications
Users of Android tablets and smartphones seeking true, interactive data visualization on their mobile devices can now employ a Java version of the OpenViz API from Advanced Visual Systems to experience unprecedented benefits from visual analysis of business intelligence, financial, customer service and operational data.
The latest release of OpenViz enables native Android rendering of over fifty different 2D and 3D charts, graphs, heat-maps, geospatial maps and other data visualizations integrated with in-memory analytics and a broad range of interactive techniques. OpenViz fully capitalizes on the Android platform’s Java and gestural functionalities and establishes new standards in mobile analytics and user experience.
OpenViz is a powerful data visualization API that was first released in 1999 and has been successfully embedded in major SaaS and desktop deployments by an impressive list of software companies, financial institutions, marketing agencies and analytics innovators. In its latest release, OpenViz enables licensees to operate their existing Java-based solutions on the Android platform with almost no change to existing application code and retain the full functionality, appearance and data visualization capabilities of previously-immobile systems.
“The transition from desktop to mobile has been limited and complex for many companies with sophisticated Java applications that are essential to their daily business,” notes Anoop Chatterjee, Chief Technical Officer of AVS. “In addition to providing HTML5 deployment options, we are enabling our customers to capitalize on Android’s Java capability and make the mobile transition fast, painless and user-friendly.”
AVS helps its clients conceive and deploy data visualization-enhanced decision support systems using Java and .NET development practices on the Windows, Apple and Linux platforms. OpenViz is recognized as one of the most powerful and scalable data visualization technologies available to software developers designing next-generation mobile, desktop and cloud-based systems for executives, sales teams and field personnel that require on-demand access to many types of corporate data.
Chatterjee added, “The tablet revolution has created many options for teams producing mobile solutions. Until now, none of these options have included true 3D visualization or the ability to extend an existing Java app to the tablet. OpenViz for Android is one part of the AVS mobile data visualization strategy and is a game changer for Java developers, publishers and end users.”
For more information about OpenViz for Android and the full line of AVS software products and solutions, visit www.openviz.com, write email@example.com or call (781) 890-4300 Ext. 2237.