BI Scout, Würzburg, Germany: The business intelligence provider Bissantz & Company is taking various measures to reflect the growing importance of digitalization in retail – with a particular focus on helping companies to select the dose of data that is right for them.
The Nürnberger Nachrichten newspaper dedicates a full-page profile in the business section to our founder and managing partner – and his blogging office dog Bella. “He is a maverick, and almost a bit of an oddball: Nicolas Bissantz, the man for whom data cannot be big enough, the man with a dog for a consultant, the man who researches human perception and goes motor racing.”
The business intelligence provider Bissantz & Company announces the availability of the DeltaMaster app for Android. This means that applications and reports from the DeltaMaster business intelligence software can now be used with all current mobile operating systems.
A conversation with Dr. Nicolas Bissantz, managing partner and founder of Bissantz & Company. He explains why the modern automobile still has its weaknesses, and how Bissantz’Numbers can be used in cars.
In issue #46 of ramp magazine
Bissantz & Company works with certified sales and project partners around the world and conducts research along with leading professors and scientific institutions. Bissantz’s BI tool, DeltaMaster, provides support for planning, analysis, and reporting, thus enabling extensive projects.
In issue 2019 of BARC Guide magazine
Fads and methods in business intelligence: In this interview*, Dr. Nicolas Bissantz talks with Professor Karsten Oehler – and takes some clear stances.
Planning and controlling are among the basic tasks of business intelligence. Companies use specialized tools to manage and monitor budgets while protecting themselves against risks. This includes the DeltaMaster BI software from Bissantz & Company.
In issue 02/2019 of is report magazine
BARC has published two rankings for providers of CPM software. Bissantz & Company is included in the Challenger category for integrated planning and BI.
In issue 04/2019 of E-3 magazine
Simplicity means clarity combined with reliability. DeltaApp from Bissantz & Company achieves this while enabling management reporting on the move.
In the IT trend report 2019 issue of is report magazine
The manufacturer-independent user survey “The BI Survey” is considered to be the most important in the global business intelligence (BI) market. DeltaMaster from Bissantz & Company performed extremely well in the BI Survey 18, with 96 percent of DeltaMaster users saying they would recommend the product. DeltaMaster was voted number one for “Visual Design Standards” across all peer groups. All in all, DeltaMaster received eight #1 rankings and was rated as a leader in a further 40 categories.
The software manufacturer Bissantz & Company is now the sponsor of a lecture theater at FAU University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany. At the start of the 2018/19 winter semester, lecture theater H6 in the new building on Lange Gasse in Nuremberg was renamed the “Bissantz lecture theater”. With its sponsorship, the Nuremberg-based company is helping to modernize the hall with new media technology and improve study conditions in the School of Business, Economics and Society.
Issue 42 of the multi-award-winning avant-garde car culture magazine ramp is dedicated to the color blue from various perspectives. Data analysis pioneer Dr. Nicolas Bissantz, who has long called for more blue to be used in information design, was interviewed by editor-in-chief Michael Köckritz.
BI applications in service management are discussed in a report entitled “Internet of Things: A blessing and a curse”. It is essential for management to maintain an overview of KPIs so that it can control service business. In searching for the ideal business intelligence tool, the technical customer service department at VELUX Deutschland GmbH found that Bissantz had what it needed.
In issue 02/2018 of SERVICETODAY magazine
“Let’s talk about complexity!” This is the invitation issued by consulting firm Roland Berger in the 23rd issue of its management magazine, Think:Act. One of the topics covered is neuroscience, the concept of a “neuroscientific management system” – and what we have found in our high-speed business intelligence laboratory. The magazine talks about our experiments with Hans-Joachim Stuck on the Nordschleife loop at the Nürburgring and describes our founder, Dr. Nicolas Bissantz, as “Germany’s Big Data pioneer”.
The Nuremberg-based Bissantz & Company makes and markets business intelligence software. Managing director Dr. Nicolas Bissantz takes his own unique approach to product development and enhancement – which is why he took to the Nordschleife loop at the Nürburgring alongside racing driver Hans-Joachim Stuck.
In issue 09/2017 of Automobil Industrie magazine, Motorsport Engineering special issue
Interview with BI Scout: Motor racing, neurobiology, eye tracking, business intelligence and numbergrams. The scene marvels – and has questions.
Issue 3/2017 of CFO aktuell includes a project report entitled “Analytical, appealing, agile: Business intelligence at Papstar” from the ÖCI/BARC Best Practice Award. It describes how Papstar was able to improve the impact of its existing business intelligence systems with the “BI Analytics” project. Key aspects included taking a pragmatic approach and using DeltaMaster’s analytical methods and reporting standards, both of which quickly led to success.
Volker Hagemann, Head of Controlling at Leica Camera AG, described the “OSCAR” business intelligence project using DeltaMaster as the front-end solution in an interview with Prof. Jürgen Weber, Director of the Institute of Management Accounting and Control, in Controlling & Management Review magazine and at the International Association of Controllers (ICV) Congress in Munich in May.
In the February issue of Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management (WuM), Peter Mertens talks with Nicolas Bissantz about data, what it’s made of, and how it can be visualized. One of Nicolas Bissantz’s stances is that Big Data often describes existing problems, but not specific solutions. That sets him apart from some of his colleagues in the business intelligence industry.
Issue 2/2017 of the is report presents seven BI tools that help companies with budgeting, planning, controlling, and forecasting. Including DeltaMaster.
Studio F.A. Porsche has redesigned its website. The homepage showcases projects they are justifiably proud of. Including the product design for the sixth generation of our DeltaMaster business intelligence software and the design for our corporate identity.
Our certified professional partner AHAG Unternehmensberatung was commissioned by Gust. Alberts GmbH & Co. KG to design and construct a logistics information system.
MHP Management‑ und IT-Beratung GmbH is a long-standing partner of Bissantz. With its impressive symbiosis of management and IT consulting, it offers comprehensive IT expertise accompanied by detailed process knowledge. Although it is a Porsche subsidiary, MHP also applies its strategic innovations to a wide range of sectors beyond the automotive industry. Standard platforms such as SAP HANA are playing an increasing role in these activities, which is why MHP has also chosen to specialize in the interplay between DeltaMaster and SAP HANA. On December 6, 2016, a webinar entitled “Intuitive data analysis based on SAP HANA” was held as part of the MHPPitstop series. In it, MHP and Bissantz demonstrated how well DeltaMaster and SAP HANA work together to create effective reports.
Our partner PIT Informationssysteme AG from Windisch (Switzerland) has been implementing BI projects using DeltaMaster for more than 20 years. It is convinced by the benefits and advantages of DeltaMaster in the Microsoft Azure cloud, which it describes on its website.
In the user survey “The BI Survey 15”, DeltaMaster from Bissantz & Company achieved first place in its peer group in five categories and was rated as a leader in a further thirteen categories.
Alexander Ross talks with Dr. Nicolas Bissantz about searching for, finding and recognizing Big Data. The interview appeared in issue 01/2013 of GDI Impuls, the knowledge magazine for the economy, society, and commerce.