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Helm360 Launches Terminus – The Most Technologically Advanced Solution for Business Intelligence, Analytics and Big Data Management

Helm360, a global information technology company, announced today the release of their dynamic business analytics suite – Terminus. This innovative solution empowers organizations with key metrics, data analytics, and big data strategies, which firms can easily deploy across the entire business through a single-point-of-access.

Built upon the most pioneering technology advancements, Terminus moves beyond standard BI systems to understand and correlate meaning and association across data systems. Regardless of data format, location or structure, the Helm360 technology platform allows business users to drill down, roll up, and slice and dice information across multiple dimensions. The real-time access immediately provides more meaningful information on business results, empowering executives to make pre-emptive modifications to achieve organizational goals.

“We wanted to develop a transformational tool that placed dynamic intelligence and robust data visualization in the hand of the business user,” shared Helm360 CEO Raminder Singh. “We are excited to launch this product at the VANTAGE 2014 Worldwide Conference in New York and believe Terminus will transform the way firms generate and interpret data analytics, reporting, and business intelligence.”

Established in 1997 and partnering with Thomson Reuters Elite in the development and advancement of products such as Enterprise, 3E, and ProLaw, Helm360 delivers expertise and award-winning technology in the areas of Business Analytics, SharePoint, Data Management, QA, and Technical Services. With over 40 Elite Certified Developers on staff, Helm360 also provides exceptional Enterprise and 3E Services.

The Terminus dynamic dashboards and comprehensive KPI Libraries, allow business users to easily interpret performance, growth and profitability. Terminus does not just report data; it attaches meaning and association. Through role-based dashboards, multi-dimensional reporting and analytics, and the quick-glance, intelligent business summary, business users can quickly see, assess, and monitor the strength and statistics of their organization.

Performance reporting in the Legal Industry has just been raised to new levels with the release of Terminus. The future is now. Those attending the Thomson Reuters Elite VANTAGE 2014 Worldwide Conference have priority access to see this tool in action. Helm360 will launch the product on the trade show floor in Booth 208 during the exhibit hall hours.

About Helm360

Helm360, a subsidiary of CCS Global Tech, is a global information technology company that provides outstanding service for business intelligence and analytics. Since 1997, we have grown to over 300 employees strong spanning seven international offices. Our state-of-the-art technology and team of Elite and Microsoft Gold certified consultants have placed Helm360 as a thought leader of innovative technological solutions in verticals such as legal, financial services, healthcare and retail.

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