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Market News. QSC partners with Yellowfin Business Intelligence

Quantum Compliance System, new Business Intelligence partnership

MI, Quantum Compliance System, Inc. is pleased to announce a new
business partnership with Yellowfin International to resell their
Yellowfin business intelligence suite in the United States to product
developers and other resellers.

Yellowfin is a business Intelligence suite built on the foundation of
J2EE, incorporating, BIRT, Jasper, Spring, JFreeChart. The JAVA core
makes Yellowfin a powerful, flexible and robust solution for database
reporting.

Yellowfin allows customers to:
create, schedule and automatically distribute reports;
create a custom Dashboard using graphical presentations such as
gauges and charts to quickly communicate complex information and track
Key Performance Indicators, that can per be personalized by individual
users;
analyze data by drilling down to the details or set data alerts;
easily integrate with your existing third party SQL-92+ database
applications.

Quantum Compliance Systems, Inc. (http://www.qcs-facts.com/) is a
privately held, profitable operation, with over 100 separately
licensed installations. It was founded in 1986, by a team of
environmental engineering and computer science professionals who knew
"there had to be a better way" based on their direct experience in
EH&S. In 1989, Quantum released their flagship product platform named
Facility Tracking System (FacTS). This enterprise wide Environmental,
Health & Safety Information Management System offers the most
comprehensive set of EH&S capabilities, so that with a single vendor
relationship, customers can control the entire compliance process
across the enterprise.

"The philosophy of QCS Facts that "there had to be a better way" fits
in perfectly with the philosophy that drives Yellowfin. We really
appreciate the global and strategic outlook of the team at QCS Facts,
and believe that they have the right skills and capabilities to
deliver excellent value to the market." Said Glen Rabie, CEO of
Yellowfin.

Yellowfin International (http://www.yellowfin.com.au/) was founded to
tackle the problems its founders had experienced with more traditional
business intelligence (BI) players in the market. Their philosophy
drives them to develop products that are easy to use. They have
business partners with in Europe, Asia, USA, Canada and Australia/New
Zealand

Yellowfin is a trademark of Yellowfin International.
FacTS is a trademark of Quantum Compliance Systems, Inc.

Quantum Compliance Systems, Inc.
www.qcs-facts.com

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