Yellowfin has Announced Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012

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This announcement means that Yellowfin is one of the first Australian ISVs to offer support for all editions of SQL Server 2012. SQL Server is a relational database developed by Microsoft. This partnership will enable Yellowfin to cater to their customer’s future reporting and analytics while enabling Yellowfin to continue making BI faster and easier. Microsoft ISV Alliance Manager Australia, David Sajfar, said that Microsoft was always looking to partner with leading solution providers, and that Yellowfin’s support for SQL 2012 furthered that ambition. Read the full release notes here.

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