I have no experience with the product or knowledge of the vendor.
At a high level, I see the strengths being: It is relatively cheap (99 Euro) and is a solution for organizations using MS SQL Server with OLAP services.
I see the weaknesses in the strengths; it is a MS SQL Server solution where many of the mainstrean OLAP products are larger DBMS independent. It appears to be a fat client solution whereas the industry is moving to a thin client/pure browser-based solution.
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