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  • Pyramid - The Complete Self-Service Analytics Platform Pyramid - The Complete Self-Service Analytics Platform Icon
    Pyramid - The Complete Self-Service Analytics Platform Icon

    Easily combine data from multiple sources to build dashboards and reports with our scalable solution built for mid-size to enterprise companies.

    Pyramid combines analytic tools often found in separate applications. It features a graphically based ETL to model data and incorporate machine learning algorithms, intuitive data discovery tools that produce simple and advanced visualizations, a presentation builder for creating analytic applications and presentations, and an enterprise-grade report builder—all in a single, integrated platform that can be accessed from any browser or device.
  • Mac CRM & Project Management app for small business Mac CRM & Project Management app for small business Icon
    Mac CRM & Project Management app for small business Icon

    Manage your leads, clients and projects – all in one place. Daylite keeps everyone on the same page.

    Stop using frustrating spreadsheets and expensive, clunky CRMs that waste more time than they save. Try Daylite, a better way to keep track of relationships and projects so your team can win more business & get more done.
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    Do you and everyone who will be using your CRM use Macs, iPhones & iPads?
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    One last question before you visit our site:

    How many people in your company will need to use your CRM?
  • Assisted dRawing toOl Icon

    Assisted dRawing toOl

    ARO helps physically disabled students to create mathematical drawings

    ARO has been developed to assist physically disabled or injured students who cannot create mathematical drawings on paper. It is intended to make maths up to Key Stage 4 more accessible. AQA has agreed to its use in a GCSE maths exam. Anyone who can use a computer with a mouse to access the internet should be able to use ARO. The processes required mimic those of on paper drawing as far as possible. Possible applications include: Graphs of straight lines and smooth curves Compass and ruler constructions Scatter graphs Stem and leaf displays Box plots Histograms Pie charts Simple diagrams. The structure of each drawing is built from individual components which can be placed on the drawing grid without great accuracy. Each can then be positioned exactly using onscreen buttons. The ruler and the protractor can be aligned with any straight line. Drawings can be created on imported background bitmaps. The author was a mathematics lecturer at Plymouth University.

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