ORBIT Analytics

ORBIT Analytics

ORBIT Analytics was founded by a group of IT executives with over 80 years of combined experience in ERP Reporting Applications and Business Intelligence. The company delivers an integrated Operational Reporting and BI Tool with an interface that results in high user adoption. It has grown in the United States and across other countries in Asia Pacific and Australia.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2015
Employees
100
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