Qognify: Adding Actionable Intelligence Capabilities to Increase Operational Efficiency
PARAMUS, NJ: Qognify, a provider of robust integrated security solutions focusing on the physical-security and mission-critical operations markets, announced the release of Situator 8.0 with the introduction of the new Operational Intelligence Center (OIC). The latest version of the PSIM and Situation Management solution provides a platform for leveraging massive amounts of big data. As such, Situator captures, monitors, correlates, and turns data into actionable intelligence.
The Operational Intelligence Center has an Advance Rule Engine that enhances Situator’s current correlation engine, and provides more insight into an organization’s incident management procedures. In addition, the OIC has introduced a new visualization engine, which greatly enhances Situational Awareness and ongoing operations management. Through this visualization engine, the company is able to provide the right information to the right people in real time. On the other hand, the Situator's OIC goes beyond just presenting business intelligence. Its powerful correlation engine and adaptive workflow capabilities provide actionable intelligence about the future trends of the market. This can be incredibly valuable, particularly when the cost of business disruption is measured in minutes by organizations such as airports, mass transit, critical facilities and even commercial entities such as banks. In the same way that the OIC proactively addresses unfolding incidents, it can also be used by an organization to improve performance of day-to-day operational activities.
"Our customers and partners were actively involved in the design and development of the Operational Intelligence Center," said Moti Shabtai, President of Qognify. "The company wanted a solution that would help them anticipate unfolding events and effectively manage them, in order to mitigate any impact. Organizations can now align KPIs with their business objectives, allowing them to understand what needs to be changed or improved and how. They can then monitor results to gauge the efficacy of their actions, making adjustments for continual improvement along the way"
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