WILTON, Conn. –(Business Wire)– May 24, 2006 — Creeth, Richman & Associates, Inc. today announced the official release of OLAPObjects for TM1 5.0. With this new version, OLAPObjects for TM1 takes full advantage of its Microsoft .NET platform, extends its already rich application development capabilities, and adds support for advanced dashboarding using Crystal Xcelcius Workgroup, the industry leader in data visualization and visual analytics.
OLAPObjects for TM1 has long led the field in giving non-programmers the ability to become developers of interactive web-based financial applications for budgeting, financial reporting, business scorecards, and more. Having pioneered the use of Excel as a web development environment for Applix TM1-based applications, OLAPObjects for TM1 5.0 continues the tradition of customer-driven innovation. It includes full support for Applix TM1 Web 9.0, supplementing it with a feature-rich suite of application development tools.
“We have now had over 5 years of deployment experience with OLAPObjects for TM1, and we are delighted that our early technology choices have stood the test of time,” says Richard Creeth, President of Creeth, Richman & Associates, Inc. He continues, “Our goal has always been to enable our customers to solve their business problems. Applix’s superb TM1 engine takes them a good part of the way. OLAPObjects adds the control they need to build fast and robust web based interfaces to meet very specific requirements — all from Excel! The new dashboarding capability enables customers to bring their existing applications to new audiences, and even opens up new application areas for TM1.”
George Ostasiewicz of Chemtura Corporation, an early adopter, adds, “We have used OLAPObjects at Chemtura since early 2004, and we are very happy with this new release. It is very fast, and we are eager to take advantage of the many new features.”
OLAPObjects for TM1 5.0 has been made available to select customers since January 2006, and is now available to Applix TM1 customers worldwide. During June and July 2006, interested parties can sign up for free webinars showcasing the new features at http://www.olapobjects.com.