Smartphone app offers intuitive access to business intelligence

Dale Orr of Kipling Data with Stephen Donnelly of Star Instruments

KIPLING Data in Co Down has launched an innovative cross-platform app which enables users to slice and dice real time data from their current information systems, securing them access to critical data using a smartphone.

The Kipling 5 system can operate from anywhere in the world, providing instant answers to spontaneous questions at a time when the need to harness business intelligence, whether in office or remotely, has never been more relevant.

App creator Dale Orr says: “Our mission is to create products that reduce the stress from the daily chaos, software that stimulate decisions to flow quicker and to provide information so managers can make better informed decisions from less stressed minds.

“Kipling 5 ( will put clients in control of their critical data in real time. It will revolutionise how sectors such as manufacturing, retail, construction, health, hospitality, sports, education and agri-food interrogate and utilise important data.”

An early adopter of Kipling 5 is Star Instruments, which manufactures and supplies high quality pressure, temperature and flow instrumentation, and has recently been collaborating with a collective of seven UK-based Formula 1 teams providing oxygen clean test gauge sets for life-saving ventilators.

Star Instruments chief executive Stephen Donnelly said: “Kipling 5 offers an effective way to stay on top of dynamic data and react to information and questions as soon as they arise.

“The app has allowed us to embrace recent change by keeping up to date information at our fingertips. It now forms part of our management reporting system and provides clear precise comparisons to our performance day to day, month to month and year on year. It's an invaluable easy to use phone-based data system making a real impact on how our business operates.”

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