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Information Builders helps organizations transform data into business value. Our software solutions for business intelligence and analytics, integration, and data integrity empower people to make smarter decisions, strengthen customer relationships, improve employee performance, and drive growth.

WebFOCUS and iWay products cover all information needs – from data inception to information quality and delivery. The market’s leading business intelligence platform, WebFOCUS scales easily to extend the power of analytics to everyone. iWay products simplify the integration of complex data and application environments to deliver projects on time and on budget, capture lost revenue, and eliminate hidden costs generated by inaccurate data.

Our dedication to customer success is unmatched in the industry. That’s why tens of thousands of leading organizations rely on Information Builders to be their trusted partner for developing and executing a world-class information strategy. We are also a major provider to leading technology vendors such as HP, IBM, Oracle, SAP, Teradata, and Amdocs. Founded in 1975, Information Builders is headquartered in New York, NY, with offices around the world, and remains one of the largest independent, privately held companies in the software industry. Information Builders may be found on the CMAS and MSA. 

As focus shifts from coronavirus shutdowns to reopenings, governments want to make sure they're rebuilding smarter and planning for the next crisis.
Cloud Data Management Solution Will Cleanse and Master 5.5 Million Employee and Student Records for System-Wide Person Data Management
Join our Trend Talks webinar series to hear top industry analysts & experts including Forrester, Ventana Research and Eckerson Group tackle on today's most compelling tech trends
Tune in to our Trend Talks webinar series to hear top industry analysts and experts tackle some of today's most compelling tech trends.
Please join Information Builders for a very special event on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at the Marconi Museum in Irvine CA
The County of LA worked with Information Builders to create a self-service analytics environment to significantly reduce costs for the county and for taxpayers
Learn More August 22nd @ The Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento
Located in Fort Collins, at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado State University (CSU) is a large, public, research-intensive university that, consistent with its land-grant heritage, offers a comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate programs through eight individual colleges. By statute, there are also four State agencies assigned to CSU: the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, Extension, the Colorado State Forest Service, and the Colorado Water Center.
These are boom times for business intelligence (BI) and analytics. Never before have so many variables aligned to enable the opportunity for data- and insight-driven business. There are more data sources, greater computing power, cheaper storage, better information management, and more intuitive analytical technologies.
Learn from the experts in this Government Innovation Webinar Series that trusted data and analytics is more than cost-cutting and productivity gains.
How to Create Value in a Connected World
IoT allows you to collect more data than ever before. But data without analytics is like trying to drive a car without gas - you won't get very far.
Learn how advanced technologies enable proactive management of machines, equipment, and other assets.
See how to get Actionable Analytics from your IoT data. The trick is figuring out how to access the data, put it into context, & strategically use it.
In this webinar, Claudia Imhoff discusses the use cases, requirements, & implementation techniques needed for a successful embedded BI implementation.
St. Luke’s is creating a comprehensive healthcare enterprise data warehouse & BI platform that supports a large suite of reporting & analytics apps.
This is a one-of-a-kind national Summit that brings together innovators, disrupters, and civic entrepreneurs – and all those interested in making government work better for local communities.
Companies can monetize one of their most valuable assets – their data – by making it easy for their customers to interact with and analyze it.
Using the Internet of Things (IoT) to access data about customers, products, and assets sounds great. But the technology is complicated – and it requires new skills and behaviors.
Colorado Department of Corrections Deploys Business Intelligence for Inmate Tracking and Financial Reporting At the Colorado Department of Corrections, senior managers know that creating and maintaining effective information systems isn’t simply a matter of maximizing operational efficiency.
CARD Leverages BI and Analytics to Maximize Treatment Utilization for Patients. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) depends on analytic technology to help people with autism across the country learn to reach their full potential. Its therapists conduct tens of thousands of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) sessions per month, which yields an enormous amount of data to deal with on a daily basis.
At the heart of every decision your organization makes is data. The integrity of the underlying data determines whether you thrive or falter.
The tech industry likes to toss out buzzwords such as “digital transformation” and the “Internet of Things,” but how do they benefit a business?
State law enforcement agencies like the Michigan State Police Department (MSPD) need to leverage vital criminal justice data from various agencies statewide in order to meet priorities, objectives, and information needs.
Statewide Master Data Management project unites data to deliver better services. From Medicare to child welfare, food stamps to behavioral health, U.S. citizens in every state rely on critical services from the public sector.
The city used performance metrics to identify opportunities for improvement, that resulted in more than $44 million in cost savings, more than 50,000 hours of increased productivity, and $25 million in increased revenues.
To overcome today’s data challenges, government agencies are increasingly implementing a “single view of the citizen,” which refers to the consolidation, cleansing, and synchronization of data related to both individuals and entities, providing actionable insights to support evidence-based decision-making.