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[December 03, 2012]

Rapid Insight(R) Analytic Solution Named as University Business Magazine 2012 Readers' Choice Top Product

Conway, NH, Dec 03, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Rapid Insight Inc., the market leader in easy-to-use business intelligence and predictive analytics software today announced that it has been selected for two University Business 2012 Readers' Choice Top Product Awards. The winners were selected by the editors of University Business from nominations submitted by the readership of the magazine, and were based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of reader descriptions.


Rapid Insight was awarded for both its Enrollment Management Solution and for its reporting and analysis software product, Veera(TM). With hundreds of users in colleges and universities across the United States, clients use the Enrollment Management Solution for enrollment modeling, inquiry modeling and retention modeling. Institutions can quickly create enrollment projections, predict financial aid outlay, or determine which students are at risk of attrition. With Veera, users are able to access their student information systems and other internal and external data sources for self serve reporting and ad hoc analysis The first annual University Business Readers' Choice Top Products award recognizes leaders in the higher education industry and provides university leaders and administrators with the unique opportunity to learn what products their colleagues around the country are using and how these products contribute to the success of their schools. "The nominations came from a variety of university administrators who have shared their experiences with these products and how they have improved the way their school operates," said University Business Editor-in-Chief Tim Goral. "We hope their insight becomes a valuable resource to our readers and helps them solve their biggest challenges on campus." Rapid Insight customers have consistently realized the benefits of greater analytic power without complex coding or programming. "Enabling data driven decision making has been the cornerstone of our mission," offered Mike Laracy, Founder and CEO of Rapid Insight. "We are honored to have been selected by our customers and proud that our solutions are helping them to achieve their strategic enrollment, retention, and analytic objectives".

About Rapid Insight Inc.

Rapid Insight Inc. is a leading provider of business intelligence and automated predictive analytics software. With a focus on ease of use and efficiency, Rapid Insight products enable users to turn their raw data into actionable information. The company's analytic software simplifies the extraction and analysis of data, enabling clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies to fully utilize their information for data-driven decision making. Founded in 2002 in Conway, New Hampshire, Rapid Insight is a privately held company with clients and partners across the nation. For more information, visit http://www.rapidinsightinc.com.

About University Business University Business is the most widely received, most regularly read publication for higher education leaders at two- and four-year colleges and universities nationwide. UB provides cutting-edge coverage of higher education technology, news, finance, policy, profiles and more to this exclusive audience across print, digital and in-person event platforms, including the annual higher ed technology conference, UBTech. Independent surveys have proven that year after year, no other higher education management publication matches the reach, readership and audience engagement of University Business. For more information, visit http://www.UniversityBusiness.com.

University Business contact: Tim Goral Editor-in-Chief University Business magazine tgoral (at) universitybusiness (dot) com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10181599.htm PRWeb.com

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