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Widgenie – Next Generation Business Intelligence Widget

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LogiXML, Inc., the fast-growing provider of Next Generation Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, announced the launch of Widgenie, is the industry’s only on-demand, interactive data visualization tool that allows users to build free dynamic graphics from spreadsheet data and share their widgenies on blogs, social networks and websites.

With Widgenie, users can plug in data from local Excel or CSV (comma-separated value) spreadsheets to build dynamic graphical representations such as pie charts, bar and line graphs.

Customizing Widgenie graphics is easy, even for non-technical users, with intuitive menu options for color, size, headings and more. A preview window allows users to view changes as they are made. Once completed, users can quickly and seamlessly share their widgenies on iGoogle, blogs, social networks and websites, and even track visitor and usage data with an embedded statistical reporting tool.

“LogiOnDemand changes that paradigm by offering a more consumer-oriented approach to data visualization. With Widengie, little league coaches can upload game stats and schedules to the team website, restaurants can post daily specials and bloggers can share dynamic data with their readers – and, they can do it for free.” – said by Arman Eshraghi, CEO and founder of LogiXML.

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About LogiXML
LogiXML, the leader in interactive, web-based Business Intelligence solutions. LogiXML products are built on standards-based technologies for easy integration, implementation and upgrade. Founded in 2000, LogiXML is privately held and based in McLean, Virginia.

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